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This poster will include examples of student work from units developed collaboratively by staff in the Junior and Middle School sections of Hallett Cove School, using ICT to address some of our school priorities for 2004: Developing Student Engagement in Learning: Effective Methodologies and ICT. An integral part of this poster will be a proforma for planning, examples of how Higher Order Thinking Skills have been integrated in the learning and explanation of how ICTs were embedded in the units of work.
The poster proposal outlines the methodological challenges posed by contemporary classroom research and the new techniques of data collection developed to address these challenges. Most importantly, the role of available advanced technology is specifically discussed with regard to data collection, data storage and data analysis.
ENHANCING THE COMPUTER SKILLS OF UNDERGRADUATE AND ELEMENTARY STUDENTS Pam Boger, Ohio University, Athens, Ohio Denny Boger, East Elementary, Athens, Ohio Proposed Poster The poster will depict a project with the goal of exposing both elementary and undergraduate students to Microsoft Office while conducting original research. Under the guidance of their university mentors, students in grades four and five recorded and graphed their data using Microsoft Excel. Microsoft Word was used to type summaries of their conclusions.
At the start of 2002 NTDEET, NSWDET and Optus formed a consortium to seek funding from the National Communications Fund for a satellite based videoconferencing project. This project, called Interactive Distance Learning (IDL), involved the construction of five studios and the installation of over 500 client sites in remote areas throught the Northern Territory and western New South Wales. The presentation will explain how the system works, what it can do, and showcase some of the teaching that has been taking place.
ACCE Partners
ACCE Partners
ACCE Partners
ACCE Partners