The restructuring of schooling with digital technologies and implications for policy makers and practitioners
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University of Canterbury. College Office (Education)
Traditional forms of schooling remain resistant to change because of the fit with their current ecologies. However, new forms of schooling that depend on communication technologies have emerged, including virtual schools and classes networked across collaborating schools (Davis, Eickelmann & Zaka, 2013). The purpose of this research had been to identify how technologies have resulted in the restructuring of many schools and what implications this has for teachers, local and national policy makers.