Nick worked really hard to finish editing the articles and I have completed the design of web and PDF versions of the journal.
I am in the process of adding the ability for readers to comment on the site. The PDF/EPUB and Kindle versions will be available in early January; I am just working through some of the formatting issues that are thrown up by the differing eReaders that are on the market.
Nick and I hope that you enjoy reading the articles in the journal and would value any and all feedback. We would like to thank everyone who has contributed articles thus far. The first issue features the following articles:
- The Changing Shape of Mathematics Education – Andy Kemp
- What is the role of ICT teachers in 21st Century Teaching and Learning? – Andrea Pellicia
- Looking in the Mirror: Reflective Learning – Peter Richardson
- Implementing New Technological Tools in Schools – Jan Webb
- The Boy in the Nazi Jumper: Literacy and Knowledge Creation in the History Classroom – Nicholas Dennis
- Going on Safari: Games Based Learning in Action – Dawn Hallybone
Issue two is well underway and has a mobile/handheld learning theme. Should you wish to contribute to a future edition of the journal please add your name, article title and a brief outline explaining what the article is about to this Google doc: Articles for #edjournal. The deadline for issue 3 is the 25th February 2011.
Click here to read Nick’s thoughts on issue one and to see what’s coming up in issue two.
I hope you enjoy reading the first issue.
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