Use of ICT across the Curriculum - Fronter Home - itslearning

Use of ICT across the Curriculum - Fronter Home - itslearning

Use of ICT across the Curriculum Objectives You will: Understand the reasons for using ICT to support learning Understand current/future government requirements in relation to use of ICT

Be aware of a range of contexts where ICT can be used to add value to learning Be aware of a range of devices/applications Why use ICT? Why use ICT?

Motivational Non-judgemental Anywhere - Anytime Independent learning/learning at own pace Supports differentiated learning goals Multimedia supporting different learning styles Powerful/flexible learning tool

Supports collaboration Asynchronous/synchronous communication Ofsted Report on ICT in schools 2008-2011 The overall effectiveness of ICT was good or outstanding in over two thirds of the primary schools visited. In contrast, just over a third of the secondary

schools visited were considered good or outstanding for the overall effectiveness of ICT. Ofsted Report on ICT in schools 2008-2011 Pupils achievement in ICT was good or outstanding in over half of the primary schools visited over the three years of the survey.

Achievement was good or outstanding in 29 of the 74 secondary schools visited, and was inadequate in almost a fifth. Achievement in the secondary schools was adversely affected by the lack of effective challenge for higher-attaining students. Ofsted Report on ICT in schools 2008-2011

The use of assessment was a considerable weakness in both the primary and secondary schools visited. Pupils use of ICT in other subjects was only occasionally tracked or recorded. In outstanding secondary schools ICT was seen by the headteacher as an engine for innovation and raising standards.

Ofsted Report on ICT in schools 2008-2011 Where schools were making regular use of a virtual learning environment, they had been able to enhance and enrich many aspects of school life, including the quality of learning resources, communications with parents, and assessment and tracking processes.

Future ICT Education Secretary Michael Gove today (11th Jan 2012) announced he was scrapping the existing ICT curriculum. In its place, he will introduce new courses of study in Computer Science. ICT will remain a compulsory part of the National Curriculum, pending the National Curriculum review.

There will be funding for new Teaching Schools to enable them to create strong networks between schools to help them develop and improve their use of technology Hardware? Hardware

Prof Heppell BETT 2011 Asking the right question What do you want students to learn? How can you use technology to add value to their learning? Software/Apps/Support

www.lgfl.net go to Premium Content A-Z Free software/apps Photostory 3; Audacity: Movie Maker; Acid Xpress (start/programs/multimedia) Other software Comic Life (start/programs/ICT) Fronter www.fronter.com/waltham-forest/login Username:guestuser99 Password: welcome Online VLE support: www.wfmle.co.uk

www.woodlands-junior.kent.sch.uk/ http://education.skype.com/ Russell Bryant: [email protected]

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