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A teacher, a classroom and four interactive tabletops

Roberto Martinez
Technology in Education, Term 3 2012, p39

“What will the classroom of the future look like? What will happen with teachers? What will be the role of technology? Some researchers of the Computer-Human Adapted Interaction (CHAI) group, at The University of Sydney, believe that the proliferation of new technologies, the central role of teachers and a strong base on theory will be key factors to enhance the classroom activities in the near future.”

This is the introductory paragraph of a one-page article about our research on Classroom Orchestration and Design that just appeared at the magazine Technology in Education, term 3, 2012 (pp. 39). http://www.ozteacher.com.au.

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Author Bio

Roberto Martínez-Maldonado

Roberto Martínez-Maldonado

Roberto Martinez is currently doing his PhD with the Computer Human Adapted Interaction Research Group at the University of Sydney.

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