Curriculum and Assessment
The Naace ICT Framework           Third Millennium Learning                     The Knowledge Hub                         ...
Key Stage 1 and 2                     The Five Areas of the Naace ICT Framework      Online identities         Digital Com...
Join the discussion and find out more at:www.naace.co.uk/curriculum
Naace Conference 2103 - Curricululm and Assessment - Jan Webb
Naace Conference 2103 - Curricululm and Assessment - Jan Webb
Naace Conference 2103 - Curricululm and Assessment - Jan Webb
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Naace Conference 2103 - Curricululm and Assessment - Jan Webb

  1. 1. Curriculum and Assessment
  2. 2. The Naace ICT Framework Third Millennium Learning The Knowledge Hub Suggested Areas of Technology Knowledge, Skills in the World Skills andIncluding programming Understanding Safe and Responsible Use Third Millennium Learning Digital Culture, pedagogies, Wisdom environment, tools, developing higher order thinking skills Every Area of the Framework Digital Technical involves learning about the Literacy Understanding tools, the technologies behind including computer science them, their evolution and impact
  3. 3. Key Stage 1 and 2 The Five Areas of the Naace ICT Framework Online identities Digital Communication- offline Collaboration Technologies (computers and Social Networking & online Communication devices containing a computer)Creating and sharing content Sharing Information (inc Web Design Information/Data storage Gaming presentations) Creative industries, inc. Producing and editing media Sequences (Algorithms) Using ICT to help learning media and games creation Simulations Programs and programming Finding, retrieving and E-commerce Modelling Game and apps creation validating information Control ICT specific jobs Impact of ICT on Society Programming How other jobs use ICT Networks, the Internet and including scope, scale and Collecting, analysing, evaluating Evolution and impact of World Wide Web nature of ICT evolution real world data including technology Evolution of technologies, datalogging computers and computing Problem solving Transferability of skills Respect and etiquette Health and safety Responsible use Sharing information and data safely Online safety Ownership of information and data Offline safety Environmental issues
  4. 4. Join the discussion and find out more at:www.naace.co.uk/curriculum

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