ICT in curriculum and pedagogical transformation

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.
Digital media provides an inventory of powerful learning tools for technology, science and mathematics education in the primary school. Opportunities are provided for recording, designing, creating, experimenting, calculating and expressing using information and communication technology (ICT) to enhance learning. This paper describes how digital media is being used with the
This paper represents an attempt at constructing a language for describing the potential learning value of computers as a learning material. A lack of precision in describing the value computers add to the learning process has paradoxically made it easy for people to elevate the significance of using computers in pedestrian ways while simultaneously marginalising higher-order uses. Currently, all manner of computer-based activities are granted equivalence by educators lacking a suitable metric for assessing value.
Online communities and technologies are providing opportunities for new ways of learning and working which are more collaborative.
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