History, ICT, and Learning in the Secondary School

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Index

a
Abbott, C. 30
ABC 123
access:
to ICT 47-8 , 115-17 , 250-4 ;
to maps 156-9
Acrobat Reader173-4
aerial photographs 160-2 , 165-8 , 174
Alfano, R. 68-70 , 93 , 121-2 , 146 , 149
All Saints' Parish Church, Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Register of Deaths 239-43
American Civil War 211
Anne Frank House207
Anne Frank House Museum 220
Annenburg-CPB 'Biography of America' site 211-12
'Answers' files 218-19
Archbold, W.A. 154
argument (pupil activity/objective) 43 , 65 , 74 , 79 , 91 , 120 , 186 , 188-9
Army and Navy Journal143
Arnold, J. 28 , 196
artificial-pedagogic 80-5
AS Level 121
Ashby, R. 194
assessment 26 , 218-19
Atkin, D. 68 , 136-7
Attack on the Somme22 , 41 , 210
Australia 123

b
Baker, K. 13
Ball, S. 202
Banham, D. 138
Banks, S. 254
Bardwell, S. 109 , 116 , 225
Battle of the Little Big Horn 140-4
BBC 123 , 193 ;
'Bitesize' 29 ;
Education site 227 ;
History site 244
Bedfordshire Gaol study 185-6
Beevor, A. 134
Behre, G. 2
Benteen, Captain 140 , 142
Berzins, L. 214
bias 55 , 114-15
'Biography of America' site 211-12
Black Death 232-5
Blair, T. 2 , 13 , 192
Bonnet, M. 19
British-Canadian Twins Project 126-9
British Educational Communications and Technology Agency (BECTa) 27 , 94 , 98 , 99 , 179 , 226-7 , 232 ;
Civil War word-processing activity sequence 63-4 ;
Defining Effectiveness in History Using IT228 ;
QCA-BECTa history and ICT
exemplification site 24 ;
see also National Council for Educational Technology (NCET)
British Library 24 , 123 , 173 , 199 , 216 ;
Making of the UK82-3
British Museum 123 , 157
British Nuclear Fuels 84
Britt, A. 5 , 12 , 196 , 218
Brosnan, M. 12
Burston, W.H. 202
Byrom, J. 89

c
Calder High School 101 , 119
'Calvin Academy' 204
Canada 123
Cardiff Castle 160-8

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Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents v
  • Illustrations vii
  • Tables ix
  • Introduction 1
  • 1 - Computers and History 11
  • 2 - The Use of ICT for Teaching History: Slow Growth, Some Green Shoots 38
  • 3 - The Forgotten Games Kit 52
  • 4 - Building Learning Packages 109
  • 5 - Relating the General to the Particular 134
  • 6 - ICT + Maps 152
  • 7 - Using ICT to Develop Historical Understanding and Skills 176
  • 8 - What Do They Do with the Information? 192
  • 9 - Getting Started in History and ICT 225
  • 10 - History, ICT and Learning 2002-10 249
  • Index 261
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