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Initial vision

  1. 1. How ICT could be used to enhance and support the existing curriculum delivery and teaching philosophies at Hurupaki School By Margaret Cameron
  2. 2. Information Communication Technology I C T Incredibly Clever Tools Insuring Children’s Thinking
  3. 3. ICT Information Literacy Information Landscape
  4. 4. The Information Landscape “How well are schools facilitating students’ use of the information landscape to support learning?” ERO’s New Focus
  5. 5. The “C’s” • Connection - infrastructure • Content - information resources and access •Capability + •Confidence - teaching and learning of information literacy
  6. 6. What will ICT do for our students: • encourage collaborative learning • develop critical thinking skills and problem solving • provide opportunities for exploration of the world beyond the classroom • give access to vast resources and information • promote scientific inquiry and discovery • allow communication with international experts
  7. 7. Recommended ICT Developments for Hurupaki School
  8. 8. Phase 1 Library / Information Centre • principal provider of student access to the information landscape • makes a positive impact on students’ achievement • may be especially relevant to the achievement of Maori students • provides fundamental information and ideas for today’s information based society.
  9. 9. Features of a successful library
  10. 10. WIS V KIS Harry Potter Challenge
  11. 11. Catlins - South Island
  12. 12. Kawakawa Primary
  13. 13. Manaia View
  14. 14. Maungatapere
  15. 15. Otangarei
  16. 16. Phase 2 Use of ICT integrated into classroom programmes
  17. 17. ICT Integration Essential • Social Studies – phones / faxes • Science – inquiry learning • Health – world wide web • English – visual strand particularly • Maths – calculators / databases • Music – video / audio • Technology – computer programmes
  18. 18. Extension of Classroom Programmes • a plethora of software available • needs careful research and trialing before purchase to avoid expensive mistakes
  19. 19. Professional Development Vital Teachers will need: • constructivist pedagogy • a wide knowledge of suitable ICT resources • training in inquiry learning and integration of ICT • instruction in use of new laptops and their capabilities • holistic approach to planning and assessment extending existing practice on thinking skills etc.
  20. 20. Phase 3 Development of an e–learning classroom environment
  21. 21. An e - learning classroom • set up with multi-media • teacher with strong interest and expertise in inquiry learning approach, higher order thinking skills etc • differentiated and varied programming
  22. 22. Interview with a student from an e-learning environment
  23. 23. Practicalities • strategic planning with consultation of all stakeholders • ICT policy including internet safety considerations formulated • staff development plan • budget • ASB grant • modify curriculum plans to incorporate ICT • study through Auckland University
  24. 24. What could be done immediately with little or no cost? • ICT integration into existing curriculum plans • re-energising the programmes offered by the library as an interim measure • sourcing and visiting other schools who are down the track • staff working on constructivist theories of education • consideration of how to maximise ICT already in place

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