Using technology for learning

The world is changing rapidly, with new technology profoundly influencing the lives of children and young people.  See:

The rapid development of ICT in classrooms involves teachers making decisions about the location and management of computer hardware as well as about access to software. There is evidence that organisational and management features of the classroom determine the levels of use of ICT by children. For a wider consideration of the organisational and learning issues related to the use of ICT, see Loveless & Dore, Beauchamp, Edwards, and Sutherland et al.:

The demands of the Computing curriculum in English schools from 2014 will raise additional issues relating to the appropriate use of space and resources: