Faculty of Education and Arts
School of Education and Arts
This paper describes a suite of tools designed to provide teachers with generic content-free online learning activities that support interactive and engaging learning. The paper describes the tools and the results from a survey conducted among users that sought to explore the utility of the system and their perceptions of the learning opportunities afforded by the tools. Feedback revealed a number of learning advantages were gained from use of the tools as mediating artefacts. In particular the teachers appreciated the minimal effort required to create customised technology-based settings for their students.