Integration or Transformation?
A cross-national study of information and communication technology in school education
These papers are attached in accordance with University of Tasmania guidelines for thesis preparation (University of Tasmania, 2003, p. 23).
Fluck, Andrew E. (1997) Choosing and implementing a model for the cross-curriculum use of computers in schools. Tel*Ed'97, 6th International Conference on Telecommunications and Multimedia in Education, November 13-16, Mexico City.
Fluck, Andrew E. (1998) The KITOs - Key Information Technology Outcomes for school students. Proceedings, Australian Conference on Computers in Education, Adelaide, Aust. Online at http://www.cegsa.sa.edu.au/acec98/papers/p_fluck.html
Fluck, Andrew E. (2000) Social effects of new technology in schools (SENTIS) –where do we go from here? Proceedings, Australasian Conference on Computer Education, July 6-9, 2000, Melbourne, Aust.
Fluck, Andrew E. (2000) Some national and state approaches to integrating IT in education. Proceedings, Australasian Conference on Computer Education, July 6-9, 2000, Melbourne, Aust.
Fluck, Andrew E. (2000) A model for initial teacher ICT training. Proceedings, Australasian Conference on Computer Education, July 6-9, 2000, Melbourne, Aust.
Fluck, Andrew E. (2001) Some national and regional frameworks for integrating information and communication technology into school education. Educational Technology & Society 4(3). Online at http://ifets.massey.ac.nz/periodical/vol_3_2001/fluck.pdf
Fluck, Andrew E. (2003) Why isn’t ICT as effective as it ought to be in school education? Proceedings, ICT and the teacher of the future, International Federation for Information Processing working groups 3.1 and 3.3 working conference, January 26-31, 2003, Melbourne, Australia. Anne McDougall, John S. Murnane, Carol Stacey & Carolyn Dowling (Eds.). Sydney: Australian Computer Society.