Dynamics of videoconferencing-mediated co-teaching

This talk presents a case study looking at the teacher interaction, use of technology and CPD generated from the videoconferencing-mediated co-teaching of refugee children in Gaza.

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30 minutes

About the talk

This talk reports on the findings of a case study focused on videoconferencing-mediated co-teaching of refugee children in Gaza through the Hands Up Project, considering:

  • the context constructed through the interaction between teachers;
  • technology enacted into the classroom as a new practice;
  • the continuous professional development evidenced as natural learning experiences in collaborative teaching.

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