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Critical literature review on the status of digital technology integration in education.- An overview of teachers' professional learning in adopting technology into their teaching.- A framework for systematic and sustainable teachers' professional learning in new digital technology integration into teaching.- Digital learners in today's classrooms.- Learning theories in technology-supported environments.- Digital resources and tools supporting learning: Affordances and limitations.- Digital literacy: The overarching element in successful technology integration .- Flipped Classroom.- Personalised and collaborative learning.- Assessing with digital technology.- Conclusion .
Associate Professor Wan Ng is interested in the cognitive process of learning with technology and sustainable pedagogy enabled by technology that brings about effective learning in students. She is interested in how young people learn with technology and its relationship with digital literacy and multiliteracies. She believes that sustainability of lifelong learning is learning with digital technology and mobile devices at the individual level, hence empowering the individual with digital literacy, mobile (learning) literacy and multiliteracies is an important aspect of personal development. Her other research interests are located in science education, gifted education, higher education and teachers' work, mostly underpinned by technology
"Wan Ng draws on her experiences in researching and using digital technologies, in particular mobile informed learning, in education. Her book provides a realistic framework that will be of interest to schoolteachers and those looking to support teachers' professional learning with particular regard to developing a repertoire of strategies involving mobile learning. The book's coherent and research informed approach mean it will be of use to education researchers, especially those investigating the dynamic between mobile learning and pedagogical practice." (Susan Rodrigues, Technology, Knowledge and Learning, Vol. 23, 2018)