This chapter contains a characterization of the current popular policy visions on ICT and education. A description of the potential implications for educational reform are given and empirical data from recent national and international assessments are used to estimate what elements of this rhetoric are accepted by educational practitioners. The fuzzy character of the reform discussions is reviewed as well as potential implications for research.
|Title of host publication||Upon what does the turtle stand? Rethinking education for the digital age|
|Editors||Aharon Aviram, Janice Richardson|
|Place of Publication||Dordrecht|
|Publication status||Published - 2005|