How can secondary English teaching and learning be enhanced by the use of ICT? What is the current research knowledge about teaching and learning secondary English with ICT? What good examples of using ICT in secondary English can be found in classrooms nationally and internationally? Teaching Secondary English with ICT uses best practice and research based findings to examine the potential of ICT in English teaching. It explores examples of successful work involving the use of ICT in speaking, listening, reading and writing, with a focus on the new literacies and how ICT shapes new language and literature experiences with in the English classroom. Drawing on the expertise of international figures in the field, classroom teachers and academic researchers; the book highlights 'good practice' in accessible discussions on research findings, with an emphasis on the interplay between classroom and theoretical approaches across a number of countries. Inviting critical engagement with key ideas on teaching with ICT, this book is essential reading for teachers and teachers in training, as well as other education professionals.
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Author Biography - Anthony Adams
Anthony Adams, University Lecturer, the University of Cambridge Faculty of Education. Editor of the widely respected English in Education Series. Director of Studies in Education at Trinity Hall Cambridge. Currently researching into 'Smart Cities' and working on a number of international projects resourced by the European Union and Human Resources, Canada. Sue Brindley, University Lecturer, the University of Cambridge Faculty of Education. Courses Manager for secondary PGCE and chair of the MEd for Early Careers Teachers. Wrote the OU Secondary English PGCE before moving to her current post at Cambridge. Researching into English and ICT and constructs of professionalism. Editor of Journal of Teacher Development.