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The Use of ICT in Adult Numeracy Teaching in Scotland

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Teaching and Learning Resources , Numeracy , Key Documents
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Report, ideas and resources generated by a project in Scotland

‘In January 2005 this research project was commissioned by Learning Connections, Communities Scotland. Its aims were to investigate the extent of interest and activity in the use of ICT, and to open up discussion and stimulate action research in this area.

As this project came to an end, the tutors decided that it would be useful to further develop some of the ideas and products initiated in the action research projects, and to make this available for other numeracy tutors throughout Scotland.’

 

Click here to access the report and ideas.

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