Integrating ict into the new history syllabus 7 10Presentation Transcript
BELINDA STANTON – ICT CONSULTANTINTEGRATING ICT IN THENEW HISTORY SYLLABUS 7-10
ICT is embedded intoeach of these areas –ubiquitousNo longer a separate area(previously Connected Learning in the 2009-2011 plan)Literacy and NumeracyStudent Engagement andAttainmentAboriginal EducationLeadership andManagementCurriculum and AssessmentSWS REGIONALSTRATEGIC PRIORITYAREAS 2012-2014
SAMR MODEL IN HISTORYRedefinition:Create documentary using iMovieVideos made with Explain EverythingRecord an essay directly into a podcast or movieSubstitution:essay writing using Pages or Word
GENERAL CAPABILITIES ENCOMPASS THE KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, ATTITUDES ANDBEHAVIOURS TO ASSIST STUDENTS TO LIVE AND WORK SUCCESSFULLY IN THE 21STCENTURY.Students develop ICT competencewhen they learn to:• Investigate with ICT• Create with ICT• Communicate with ICT• Operate ICT• Apply appropriate social and ethicalprotocols and practices to operateand manage ICT.http://syllabus.bos.nsw.edu.au/support-materials/integrating-ict/• The general capabilitiesare a key dimension ofthe AustralianCurriculum andembedded in all BOSsyllabus.• Literacy• Numeracy• Information andCommunicationtechnology (ICT)• Critical and creativethinking• Ethical understanding• Personal and socialcapability• Interculturalunderstanding• Civics and citizenship• Difference and diversity• Work and enterprise
PROGRAMMING FOR ICT INTEGRATION• Select the best ICT “tool” to enable students todemonstrate their understanding of the outcome• There are thousands of ICT applications – you do notneed to be an expert in all of them! Learn and teachthe skills required for the programmed task.• Facilitate students use of ICT and learning… then getout of their creative way or better still, YOU mightlearn something from them.