Primary school teachers' attitudes towards computer assisted learning and teaching in art in the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region
- Primary school teachers' attitudes towards computer assisted learning and teaching in art in the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region
- Hong Kong
- 1997.7 onwards
- Primary Education
- When educators and researchers are talking about, studying or applying IT in education in many parts of the world, the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region Government launched a five-year IT education strategy. It aims at applying IT comprehensively across the curriculum that within ten years, all teachers and secondary 5 graduates will be able to work competently with IT tools. The strategy advocated a big step forward from the existing situation as most of the primary schools have not yet involved any elements of IT in their curriculum. This survey aimed to find out the teachers' readiness and attitude towards IT in art education in local primary schools.
- Proceedings of International Conference on Teacher Education 1999: Teaching effectiveness and teacher development in the new century [CD-ROM]. The Hong Kong Institute of Education, Hong Kong.
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