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Innovation and the future: Y3 ssp 12 13 l15

by Principal Lecturer, Computing Education at University of Roehampton on May 12, 2013

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The technologies whose study properly forms a part of ICT education develop at an exponential rate, with Moore’s law promising a doubling of computing capacity every couple of years, and global ...

The technologies whose study properly forms a part of ICT education develop at an exponential rate, with Moore’s law promising a doubling of computing capacity every couple of years, and global industries and innovative individuals continually finding new applications to use such capacity. The extent to which your school makes use of such innovation is, to some degree, in your hands.
After hearing your presentations, we’ll look at some of the issues raised by the rapid pace of technological change and explore some ways in which schools can best make discerning use of new technology. I also explore some current trends and we look at some technologies that may well find a place in the classroom of the not too distant future, or whatever may replace it.
We conclude with a review of the assessment requirements and an opportunity to reflect on the module.

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