ICT-mediated Science Inquiry: The Remote Access Microscopy Project

By John Hunt.

Published by The Learner Collection

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This study investigated the enhancement of science learning outcomes achieved through the use of emerging communication technologies and pedagogies

Keywords: ICT, science inquiry, synchronous engagement, electron microscopy, attitude

International Journal of Learning, Volume 12, Issue 8, pp.203-212. Article: Print (Spiral Bound). Article: Electronic (PDF File; 1.061MB).

Mr John Hunt

John Hunt has worked in Australia, the UK and Saudi Arabia as a teacher, lecturer and consultant. He has held senior positions in schools as principal and deputy principal and also worked as a consultant to Australia's overseas aid agency (AusAID) in the Philippines.

John has a considerable grant record in Queensland within both the university and with his former employers, Education Queensland. This has allowed him to develop his skills in the delivery of quality professional development and the collection of data for the numerous research projects he is aligned with.

He expects to move into a doctoral program in early 2005. As a part of his study, he has trained as an operator of a SEM, giving a different meaning to how he perceives the use of these instruments in his studies of remote access microscopy.


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