ICT in curriculum and pedagogical transformation

Have you heard the term Web 2.0 but not quite sure what it means for you or your classroom? You
This paper explores how the contextualisation of knowledge for individuals might influence the teaching spaces and teaching practices that are emerging in eLearning environments. The Theory of Knowledge (TOK) program in the International Baccalaureate Curriculum (IB) provides a scaffold to interrogate information and in turn influence knowledge construction. The TOK program provides a three step scaffold that promotes knowledge creation and acquisition, providing a direction for students and teachers as knowledge workers.
You will be busy in this 90 minutes hands-on session. Laurie Heikkila, former classroom teacher and international workshop leader, will share her experience and enthusiasm as she leads you through fun and innovate ways to integrate technology in the classroom. This workshop is committed to the philosophy that providing young learners with self-directed experiences in different subjects or thematic units leads to improved problem-solving skills and higher-order thinking.
In this paper we discuss the continuing, iterative process of creating inter-disciplinary practices; in this case, the linking of Communication and Design Systems courses. Although technology is an integral component of the university
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