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Lourdasamy, A., Wong, P. S. K., & Myint, S. K. (2001, December). Creating a constructivist-learning environment using ICT to teach concepts and skills in classroom management : an exploration at NIE, Singapore. Paper presented at the International Educational Research Conference, Fremantle, Western Australia.
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Development of ICT has provided new opportunities for delivering instruction in institutes of Higher Education. At NIE we have made an attempt to develop a learning environment that delivers course materials to students in a variety of formats. An indigenous CD-ROM was developed as a comprehensive resource to facilitate learning the concepts and skills associated with classroom management. The CD-ROM was set up in a web-based format so that it could interface with video-clips and websites that are relevant to classroom management issues.

Communication with the students was maintained through Blackboard communication tools. The students also had opportunities to interaction on a face-to-face basis with their peers and the tutors during tutorials. This paper reports on this endeavor in using the new technologies in delivering a teacher education module on classroom management and the perception of students who participated in the experiment.
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This paper was presented at the International Educational Research Conference, held in Fremantle, Western Australia from 2 - 6 Dec 2001
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