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Teacher perspectives on integrating ICT into subject teaching: commitment, constraints, caution, and change
S Hennessy, K Ruthven, SUE Brindley
Journal of curriculum studies 37 (2), 155-192, 2005
11642005
Literature review in science education and the role of ICT: Promise, problems and future directions
J Osborne, S Hennessy
Futurelab, 2003
5022003
Situated cognition and cognitive apprenticeship: Implications for classroom learning
S Hennessy
Studies in Science Education 22 (1), 1-41, 1993
4641993
Tablet use in schools: A critical review of the evidence for learning outcomes
B Haßler, L Major, S Hennessy
Journal of Computer Assisted Learning 32 (2), 139-156, 2016
4242016
Teacher factors influencing classroom use of ICT in Sub-Saharan Africa
S Hennessy, D Harrison, L Wamakote
Itupale online journal of African studies 2 (1), 39-54, 2010
4082010
A practitioner model of the use of computer-based tools and resources to support mathematics teaching and learning
K Ruthven, S Hennessy
Educational studies in mathematics 49 (1), 47-88, 2002
3322002
The potential for collaborative problem solving in design and technology
S Hennessy, P Murphy
International journal of technology and design education 9 (1), 1-36, 1999
3221999
Pedagogical approaches for technology-integrated science teaching
S Hennessy, J Wishart, D Whitelock, R Deaney, R Brawn, L La Velle, ...
Computers & Education 48 (1), 137-152, 2007
3132007
Pedagogical strategies for using the interactive whiteboard to foster learner participation in school science
S Hennessy, R Deaney, K Ruthven, M Winterbottom
Learning, media and technology 32 (3), 283-301, 2007
2982007
Developing a coding scheme for analysing classroom dialogue across educational contexts
S Hennessy, S Rojas-Drummond, R Higham, AM Márquez, F Maine, ...
Learning, culture and social interaction 9, 16-44, 2016
2692016
Using interactive whiteboards to orchestrate classroom dialogue
N Mercer, S Hennessy, P Warwick
Technology, Pedagogy and Education 19 (2), 195-209, 2010
2502010
Developing a typology of teacher beliefs and practices concerning classroom use of ICT
M Mama, S Hennessy
Computers & Education 68, 380-387, 2013
2472013
Teacher representations of the successful use of computer-based tools and resources in secondary-school English, Mathematics and Science
K Ruthven, S Hennessy, S Brindley
Teaching and Teacher Education 20 (3), 259-275, 2004
2112004
Incorporating Internet resources into classroom practice: pedagogical perspectives and strategies of secondary-school subject teachers
K Ruthven, S Hennessy, R Deaney
Computers & Education 44 (1), 1-34, 2005
2072005
Dialogue, thinking together and digital technology in the classroom: Some educational implications of a continuing line of inquiry
N Mercer, S Hennessy, P Warwick
International Journal of Educational Research 97, 187-199, 2019
1992019
Teacher–student dialogue during classroom teaching: Does it really impact on student outcomes?
C Howe, S Hennessy, N Mercer, M Vrikki, L Wheatley
Journal of the Learning Sciences 28 (4-5), 462-512, 2019
1922019
Developing the use of information and communication technology to enhance teaching and learning in East African schools: Review of the literature
S Hennessy, B Onguko, D Harrison, EK Ang’ondi, S Namalefe, A Naseem, ...
Centre for Commonwealth Education & Aga Khan University Institute for …, 2010
1852010
Constructions of dynamic geometry: A study of the interpretative flexibility of educational software in classroom practice
K Ruthven, S Hennessy, R Deaney
Computers & Education 51 (1), 297-317, 2008
1762008
Pupil perspectives on the contribution of information and communication technology to teaching and learning in the secondary school
R Deaney, K Ruthven, S Hennessy
Research papers in education 18 (2), 141-165, 2003
1542003
Situated expertise in integrating use of multimedia simulation into secondary science teaching
S Hennessy, R Deaney, K Ruthven
International Journal of Science Education 28 (7), 701-732, 2006
1422006
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