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2. Scope and design
3. The involvement of schools
4. The views of pupils, teachers and ICT co-ordinators
4.1 Primary 7 pupils
4.2 Secondary 2 pupils
4.3 Secondary 4 pupils
4.4 The teachers
4.5 The ICT co-ordinators
5. Performance on the assessment booklets
5.1 The assessment booklets
5.2 Reliability and consistency of the assessment instruments
5.3 Performance on individual items and categories
5.4 Performance at Primary 7
5.5 Performance at Secondary 2
5.6 Performance at Secondary 4
5.7 Comparisons by gender and stage
6. Performance on practical tasks
6.1 The assessment process
6.2 Assessing performance
7. Comparisons over time
7.1 Pupils' knowledge, understanding and skills
7.2 Pupils' experience of and attitudes to ICT
7.3 The co-ordinators
7.4 The teachers
8. Discussion and implications
8.1 The Phase 3 findings
8.2 Comparisons with Phases 1 and 2
Appendix 1: Pupil questionnaire data
Appendix 2: Staff questionnaire data
Appendix 3: The Impact of ICT in Scottish Schools Phase 3: The Case Studies
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The reports were published in September 2005.
Dr Rae Condie, Bob Munro, David Muir and Robert Collins
The Quality in Education Centre, University of Strathclyde
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