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    • Returners: ICT in Schools Joe Mintz and Les Hereward
    • Plan of the day
      • Key note activities- revolution, evolution or flop?
      • Main activity- make at least one useable resource
      • Plenary- sharing what we have done
    • Keynote activity: why ICT
      • The big picture
      • It grows and grows and grows
      • The future competence of the workforce
      • Empowering
    • Developments in School ICT
      • First Labour Government white paper said “ We are determined to create a society where within 10 years, ICT has permeated every aspect of education.”
      • “… the impact of this spending can be seen in significantly improved computer-to-learner ratios, internet connection speeds and networking, and fast increasing levels of use” (BECTA ICT Review 2005)
      • Continuing introduction of new technologies (see later)
      • But – we still need to use the technology effectively
    • Uses of ICT in Primary Schools and EYS
      • Use by us, the practioners
      • Use by our learners
    • Uses of ICT in Primary Schools and EYS : Use by us, the practioners
      • To display and explain lessons…IWB
      • To access and create materials…Internet
      • For administration: reports, plans, assessments
      • Collaboration, sharing and learning
    • Using ICT: Top Tips
      • Keep it simple
      • Practice, practice, practice
      • Keep on learning
      • Think, think, think
    • Use by the pupils
      • It helps do day to day tasks: secretarial skills
      • Working in new ways: cameras, animation, graphing, music, voting systems
      • Collaberation, easy to share work: IWB, Intranet and Learning Platforms
      • Research: Internet, DVD
    • End of keynote activity
      • REVOLUTION: we (or they) are thinking and learning in new ways: digital natives and digital immigrants.
      • EVOLUTION: teaching remains fundamentally the same but some new things are creeping in
      • FLOP: the whole exercise has been the most enormous waste of time and money and makes little difference
    • ICT in School: discussion
      • What do you think?
      • Ideas onto IWB
    • ? What do you want to do?
      • Introduction to laptops and Primary Tools
      • Look at the IWB
      • Getting stuff from the web:
      • Primary Resources
      • TES
    • Using ICT to teach other subjects
      • Video Clip –using ICT
      • In groups, discuss ways in which ICT can be used to support teaching and learning in History. Consider any experiences in school.
      • Possibilities:
        • recording ideas (wordprocessing, digital cameras)
        • presenting information (text and images – Powerpoint) Example
        • Research – internet, virtual museums, CD/DVD ( Romans, Anglo Saxons), audio texts
    • Introduction to Educational Software
      • Educational software can be:
        • “ child friendly” versions of real-word software such as Textease
        • Designed to support learning in specific subject areas e.g. “Compose World Junior”
      • 2 Simple Software
        • How to use the Infant Toolkit
        • Devise two possible class activities involving the Toolkit. Which NC objectives would your activities support? www.nc.uk.net
    • New Technology in Education
      • Wireless Networks and Laptops
      • Internet – World Wide Web
      • Interactive Whiteboards
      • Tablet PCs
      • Voting Systems
      • Learning Platforms
      • ___________________________________
      • Interactive Whiteboards – Watch Video Clip
    • Interactive Whiteboards – possible benefits
      • Provide an enhanced central focus for lessons - It is possible to highlight and annotate key points, using the marker pens
      • Enhance Demonstration and Modelling - Lessons can be enhanced by easily integrating video, animation, graphics, text and audio with the teacher's spoken presentation.
      • Improve the quality of teacher-pupil interactions and promote better questioning
      • Increase the depth and pace of learning – range, interactive software
      • Lessons and ideas can be re-used - . Anything on the screen can be saved as a 'snapshot', making it easy to review and summarise key teaching points.
    • Introduction to using IWBs
      • Smartboard and Activeboard
      • Orientation
      • Using Pens
      • Smartnotebook software – examples , creating resources, including use of Internet resources
      • In pairs, create your own resource using Smartnotebook, including an Internet resource.
    • Using the Internet
      • Interactive Resources and Modelling:
        • Scienceclips: www.bbc.co.uk/schools/scienceclips
        • Rollercoasters www.funderstanding.com
      • Across the Curriculum - www.coxhoe.durham.sch.uk
        • Look at this website, explore and evaluate some of the software applications on the website.
        • What criteria would you use to evaluate them?
    • Using the Internet: Useful (Initial) Sites
      • www.lgfl.net
      • www.ncaction.org.uk
      • www.teachernet.gov.uk
      • www.bbc.co.uk/cbeebies
      • www.bbc.co.uk/schools
      • schools.becta.org.uk (find out about webquests)
      • www.teachers.tv
      • www.icteachers.co.uk
      • www.teem.org.uk/tours
        • Look at some of these sites after the session. Think about how web resources can support you as a beginning teacher.
    • Digital Camcorders
      • Using Digital Video can foster Creativity, Raise Self Esteem and develop teamwork ( BECTA )
      • Storyboarding
      • Drama sequences and Lesson Plan
      • Roles: Director, camera person, props person, actors and film editors.
      • Rough Cut Video Example 1
      • Rough Cut Video Example 2