Helga Engs hus
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This paper presents a secondary analysis of the Norwegian ICILS 2013, exploring the relations between students' school achievement and their use of ICT for recreational purposes. Daily gaming and chatting were negatively associated with school achievement.
This paper presents a study of teacher candidates' perceptions of the opportunities to enact practice in teacher education courses. The study draws from the data of a cross-country sample (i.e., Chile, Cuba, Finland, Norway, and the USA).