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  • 1.
    • How ICT could be used
    • to enhance and support the existing curriculum delivery
    • and teaching philosophies
    • at
    • Hurupaki School
    • By Margaret Cameron
  • 2.
    • I nformation C ommunication T echnology
    I C T I ncredibly C lever T ools I nsuring C hildren’s T hinking
  • 3. ICT 'Tools'
  • 4. ICT
    • Information Literacy
    Information Landscape
  • 5. The Information Landscape
    • “ How well are schools facilitating students’ use of the information landscape to support learning?”
    ERO’s New Focus
  • 6. The “C’s”
    • C onnection - infrastructure
    • C ontent - information
    • resources
    • and access
    • C apability
    • +
    • C onfidence
    • teaching and learning of information
    • literacy
  • 7. 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
  • 8. Recommended ICT
    • Developments
    • for
    • Hurupaki School
  • 9. 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.
  • 10.  
  • 11. Features of a successful library
  • 12.  
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  • 17. WIS V KIS Harry Potter Challenge
  • 18. Catlins - South Island
  • 19. Kawakawa Primary
  • 20. Manaia View
  • 21. Maungatapere
  • 22. Otangarei
  • 23. Phase 2
    • Use of ICT integrated into classroom programmes
  • 24. 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
  • 25. Extension of Classroom Programmes
    • a plethora of software available
    • needs careful research and trialing before purchase to avoid expensive mistakes
  • 26. 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.
  • 27. Phase 3
    • Development
    • of an
    • e–learning classroom environment
  • 28. 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
  • 29. Interview with a student from an e-learning environment
  • 30. 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
  • 31. 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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