Mary Sheard reveals the potential of electronic handsets in primary grammar lessons
GRAMMAR AND TECHNOLOGY MAY NOT SEEM like an obvious pairing. However, a recent evaluation has explored the use of electronic handsets in grammar teaching, and found that it may in fact be a very effective partnership.
|What we know|
|● Technology-enhanced self-paced learning shows promise for improving learning in grammar.
● Questions for Learning – one such intervention – produced positive outcomes for grammar knowledge after 12 weeks.
● Low- and average-achieving pupils stand to gain more than high achievers.
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