Index of Past eFellows Reports

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2008 eFellows

 

2007 eFellows

 

2006 eFellows

  • Liz Fitzsimons – What are the learning outcomes when junior children, with the support of their teacher, use information communication technologies (ICTs) to produce their own resources?
  • Gillian Gibbs – Engaging Māori students through digital video authoring by using digital stories as a vehicle for sharing experiences of whānau and iwi and engagement with school life.
  • David Goodwin – What are some of the key competencies demonstrated when secondary students use ICT?
  • Kerry Hall – How does the use of e-portfolios meet the school goal of empowering learners, and what are the implications for the teachers and the school community?
  • Faithe Hanrahan – Exploring the use of e-portfolios as tools for improving educational outcomes for students.
  • Jan-Marie Kellow – Implementing Inquiry Learning in ICT-rich Environments. Keywords: inquiry learning, ICT supporting inquiry.
  • Paul Lowe – Can cluster-wide resources and personnel be successfully managed to meet the needs of gifted and talented students in a cluster-wide science class using problem-based learning strategies in an ICT rich environment?
  • Carol Marks – Imagined Possible Selves.
  • Elaine Newton – Do new entrant teachers recognise, value, and use the new entrant child's knowledge, experience, and understanding of ICTs in their classroom programmes?
  • Brian Waller – How can ICT be used in a way that matches the learning style preferences of students? Keywords: learning styles, ICT, applications, student engagement, student learning.

 2005 eFellows

  • Jennifer Charteris – How can ICT support the educational needs of teenage mothers?
  • Jo Colbert – Storytelling: Keeping it complex. Major research question: Can the use of ICT enhance the complexity, connections, and continuity of young children's storytelling?
  • Lyn Dashper – What factors lead to engagement in Maori children?
  • Rod Dowling - Does e-publication of curriculum details and support resources online lead to more engagement in the learning process?
  • Mark Edwards - Making music exciting using ICT: How can the use of ICT enthuse children in learning music?
  • Keri Hunt - Author's talk: Children forming intentions to write. Can ICT enhance students' 'talk' when forming intentions in their personal writing?
  • Indira Neville - To explore the potential for ICT, specifically high-end software, in engaging and meeting the creative learning needs of a group of students identified as creative thinking gifted underachievers.
  • David Okey - Where to after the cluster?
  • Andrea Trapp - The relationship between teacher questioning, student autonomy and ICT use.
  • Judy Waterhouse - Electronic assistive technology tools to support students with special education needs: what are the issues for teachers in mainstream classrooms?

2004 eFellows

  • Maurice Alford - What are the implications for changing school structures if teachers and students are learning in fundamentally different ways?
  • Andrew Carswell - What is the effect of thematic 3D environments on student performance and attitude?
  • Claire Derham-Cole- In what ways and to what extent can ICT activities enhance te reo Māori skills in a bilingual context?
  • Blair Giles - How do e-learning projects based in a literacy context stimulate creativity in the reticent/reluctant writer?
  • Gayleen Mackereth - To what extent and how do learners construct meaningful knowledge when using in ICT in foreign language classrooms?
  • Anne Mason - What factors and teaching strategies make for effective teaching and learning that contribute to primary school students experiencing delight in an online learning community?
  • Karen Newbrook - Does e-learning enhance the learning environment for students who learn differently?
  • Mel Stopford - What makes a cluster model sustainable when the money runs out?
  • Liz Stevenson- How can e-mentoring make a difference?
  • Lynda Walsh-Pasco- What constitutes effective practice in using video-conferencing for e-learning