4 edition of Developing thinking and learning with ICT found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references.
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 96 p. :|
|Number of Pages||66|
|Introduction Computers in classrooms Teaching talking Thinking together Thinking skills and ICT ICT and citizenship : joining the dialogue Science, talk, and ICT Maths, talk, and ICT Literacy, talk, and ICT Learning through dialogue in the ICT curriculum Conclusion : raising achievement Appendix Barriers to the use of ICT : self-audit with action plan.|
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Determining what do you learn in ICT skills comes down to understanding what exactly they are. ICT literacy is a critical component of literacy with ICT, but it is not sufficient in itself.
Literacy involves a continuum of learning to enable an individual to achieve his or her goals, to develop his or her knowledge and potential, and to participate fully in the wider society. Teachers may sometimes find the task of developing these skills a rather daunting one. Learners pursue knowledge by asking questions that have piqued their natural curiosity. Higher order thinking skills are significantly developed when students use ICT effectively in the classroom and all this helps them make independent choices.
Imagine this sort of exchange: Teacher: How can you prevent other people opening your documents? A good starting point is a newly-opened website called. Using digital technologies, students create, communicate and present economics and business data and information for a variety of reasons and audiences.
This is called metacognitive and it is what makes you be able to understand where the ICT techniques that you know work best to achieve the desired goal. This is done with a "driving question". Thinking and Learning with ICT will be a valuable resource for primary teachers and student teachers. the focus is on what students can do; learners of any age are able to find themselves on the continuum, from novices to experts, from pre-K students to Senior Years students and beyond.
Students develop an understanding of ethical online behaviour, including protocols and practices for using ICT for respectful communication.
generate solutions to challenges and learning area tasks.
Therefore, teachers plan their lessons more efficiently.