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ICT - The Integrated Approach

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  • 1. What is the Integrated Approach by Jacqueline Peters-Richardson
  • 2. The Integrated Approach means that ICT use is done in the context of curriculum objectives
  • 3. VALUE ICT in its context enhances the teaching and learning process. Its emphasis is on open ended questions and information skills. The success of this approach depends on the ability of educators to set appropriate tasks to suit the needs of the learning environment.
  • 4. Characteristics of ICT Integration Approach • Learner centered curriculum related task • Task that are open-ended to support problem solving and critical thinking • Contextualized activities • Task that develop collaborative group skills • Enhance and stimulate thinking around issues presented in the lessons • Provide opportunities for knowledge application, within real life contexts
  • 5. ICT Learning Approaches • Independent Learning • Learning by doing • Learning in Authentic Context • Project-based Learning • Resources based Learning • Student Centered Approaches
  • 6. Role of Educator • Facilitate & Manage of Learning • Co-learner
  • 7. Steps to be taken • Teach learners to use the computers in ways that allows them to be creative, flexible and purposive in their pursuits. • Understand how people learn