The introduction of ICT to schools

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  • Students who would otherwise be uninterested
  • More willing to engage in workLikely to continue work outside school hoursEasier to make lesson plansInteraction with other teachers aorund the worldWider range of information accessible around the world
  • A recent survey carried out for Safer Internet Day discovered that Ireland has the highest rates of cyber bullying in Europe, with 25% of children aged 9-16 reportingbeing bullied both online and offline. Irish teenagers also recorded four times the level of lasting damage from bullying than the European average, with 8 per cent reporting lasting trauma. The European average is 2 per cent.
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  • The introduction of ICT to schools

    1. 1. “You can teach a student a lesson for aday; but if you can teach him to learn bycreating curiosity, he will continue thelearning process as long as he lives.”- Clay P. Bedford CC BY/2.0/deed.en
    2. 2. CC BY NC ND/2.0If we teach todayas we taughtyesterday, we rob ourchildren of tomorrow.- John Dewey
    3. 3. CC BY-NC-SA/2.0/deed.en cc by-nc-sa/2.0/deed.en CC BY-NC-ND/2.0/deed.en
    4. 4. http://www.laureatelearning.com/linguistic-hierarchy/choosingsoftware.html
    5. 5. “Do notconfine yourchildren toyour ownlearning, forthey wereborn inanother time.”- ChineseProverb
    6. 6. PostgraduateQualificationQualification such asECDLNo qualification
    7. 7. “Any teacher that can be replaced by a computerdeserves to be”– David Thornburg CC BY-NC-ND/2.0
    8. 8. Online risks can bebroken into content riskscontact risks, andcommercial risks.
    9. 9. As children are most impressionablewhile in their late childhood/earlyteenage years, the content they accessonline can greatly affect their healthand life with many children suffering witheating disorders from an early age.
    10. 10. CC BY 2.0
    11. 11. Active Mediation Restricted Mediation
    12. 12. More emphasis on ICT during teacher training CC BY/2.0Teachertraining daysto stay up todate CC BY-NC-SA/2.0
    13. 13. Teachers well trained in ICTTeaching children to safely use internetEncouraging children to talk toparents/teachers if they areworried about how they arebeing treated online
    14. 14. “Any growth requires a temporary loss of security” – Madeline Hunter CC BY-NC-SA/2.0/deed.en
    15. 15. Any Questions? Tara Reilly @tarareilly_nuig #ct231

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