Professional Development Y3 ssp 12 13 l14
by Miles Berry, Principal Lecturer, Computing Education at University of Roehampton on May 06, 2013
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Many teachers might seem reluctant to make extensive use of ICT in their teaching or to teach the ICT curriculum as effectively as they might. Furthermore, the rapid pace of technological change ...
Many teachers might seem reluctant to make extensive use of ICT in their teaching or to teach the ICT curriculum as effectively as they might. Furthermore, the rapid pace of technological change ensures that you and your colleagues face the continual challenge of staying up to date with technology and its use in schools. Web based communities and networks provide many opportunities for professional development and peer support.
We consider the importance of ongoing CPD and explore a number of approaches to this. Within a community of practice model, you reflect on the process of your professional formation as a teacher, comparing and contrasting this with your subsequent professional development.
I discuss a number of online resources, networks and communities of relevance to primary ICT or e-learning coordinators and you explore a number of these. We look at how you might facilitate your future colleagues professional development, through face-to-face gatherings and online communities.
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