ICT in curriculum and pedagogical transformation

This presentation will address the benefits of using IWBs for teaching and learning. An overview of the benefits of using IWBs are: better time management, faster lesson preparation, access to many resources, different learning styles, resources can be modified and improved, lessons can be easily prepared and managed, exchangeable resources with other teachers, new techniques of lesson delivery, student motivation & engagement, increased student participation, easier to control student behavior, ability to learn more in a shorter time, and better interaction and communication.
Online communities and technologies are providing opportunities for new ways of learning and working which are more collaborative. Collaboration in open communities involves contention between different perspectives. This requires new approaches to finding signal in noise. It is important to have a clear and public process for developing and checking against a goal to give context and 'fit for purpose' criteria for community contributions.
Text Types is an interactive E Learning tool designed to engage students in the middle years, with the writing process. It was written by a practising teacher in collaboration with a website designer, in response to her observations of what students and teachers in a secondary school require, to assist them in their understanding of the writing process.
A key focus in Australian schools has been on the use of e-Learning tools and ICT integration using authentic assessment. The implementation of these approaches challenges us to use ICT as a tool for change. Much of what is referred to as integration can more accurately described as transformation (Finger et al., 2007). There is a critical difference between ICT transformation that describes change and its reasons, and ICT integration. Each come from a differing paradigms with different outcomes and directions.
ACCE Partners
ACCE Partners
ACCE Partners
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