Department of Education Studies
Empowering student learning through Tablet PCs: A case study
Empowering students to learn through ICT is seen as a way to address the growing awareness and demand for preparing students to effectively participate in the emerging global knowledge economy. It is believed that, in order to maintain competitiveness in a global economy, traditional classroom practices must be re-conceptualized in a way that enables students to engage themselves in knowledge building, to become more self-directed, and to assume greater autonomy and social responsibility over their own learning. In this article, we report a case study on the use of Tablet PCs to support teaching and learning in a primary school in Hong Kong, and provide insights into how schools can harness and capitalize on the opportunities offered by such emerging technologies. © 2009 Springer Science+Business Media, LLC.
ICT in education, Information literacy, Tablet PC
Source Publication Title
Education and Information Technologies
Link to Publisher's Edition
Li, Sandy C., Jacky W.C. Pow, Emily M.L. Wong, and Alex C.W. Fung. "Empowering student learning through Tablet PCs: A case study." Education and Information Technologies 15.3 (2010): 171-180.