Our students become easily distracted,
unmotivated and disengaged. This is usually
caused from boring learning experiences...
“ICT has shown to have benefits for motivating
and engaging pupils as they enjoy using
technology. This is due how educati...
“ICT’s can improve the quality of
education by increasing learner
engagement and motivation, by
facilitating the acquisiti...
Something you could try!
‘Splat Square’ (2012):
http://www.primarygames.co.uk/pg2/s
plat/splatsq100.html
• Use the interac...
Catering for 26 students who all learn in
different ways can produce quiet a challenge!
• Hands on learner
• Visual Learne...
Using computers, interactive whiteboards
and Ipads, allow each skill of our students
to be taken care of. Technology allow...
ICT has both an informal and formal
approach to learning and assessing.
Helping cater for diverse learners!
“E-learning encompasses learning at all
levels, formal as well as non-formal.
Blending learning to combine traditional
tea...
ICT’s help your diverse learners by:
• Motivating and supporting ‘at risk’ students
• Provides a range of learning experie...
“Ensure that schools support and
provide for the learning, physical,
emotional and behavioural needs
of all students, ensu...
• Using all types of technology that we can
get our hands onto; tends to be
significantly rewarding in our classroom, as
s...
• Using computers, interactive whiteboards, Ipads,
Ipods, IPod Docs, GPS’s, Internet resources, camera’s,
video cameras an...
As teachers we have to be aware that
when our students leave school, they
are exposed to highly technological
world. Where...
In Australia over 13,000 jobs
require some type of ICT
knowledge or skill (Victoria
University of Wellington, 2012)
In Eur...
WE NEED TO GIVE OUR
CHILDREN, OUR STUDENTS THE
OPPORTUNITY AND THE
CHANCE TO LEARN THE SKILLS
THEY WILL NEED LATER IN LIFE.
ACARA explicitly outlines how integrating
ICT’s into our teaching benefits our
students when they become independent
indiv...
Learning about digital technologies will
have students transforming data into
information solutions for real-world needs,
...
By learning and using ICT’s, teachers “will
reap the rewards from this. They’ll see the
delight on their children’s faces....
THINK ABOUT IT…
HOW ARE YOU
WATCHING THIS?
WHAT ARE YOU USING?
TECHNOLOGY!!!
WE USE IT
ALMOST
EVERYWHERE
IT IS SOMETHING
WE HAVE TO
TEACH….
Students will develop ICT capability as
they learn to use ICT effectively and
appropriately to access, create and
communic...
THINK
IMAGINE
CREATE
PLAN
DO!
INSPIRE YOURSELF
INSPIRE YOUR
STUDENTS
Reference List:
Australian Curriculum, Assessment and Reporting
Authority. (2013). Australian National Curriculum:
Informa...
Caterpillar Slider. (2012). Caterpillar Slider Resource
Game. Retrieved 19th March 2013 from
http://www.ictgames.com/cater...
Department of Education and Training. (2011).
Teacher ICT Skills: Western Australia. Retrieved 12th
March 2013 from
https:...
Lock, G & Forlin, C. (2006). Employing Technologies to
Engage Students with Diverse Needs in Rural School
Communities. Ret...
Shape Sort. (2011). Shape Sort Resource Game.
Retrieved 19th March 2013 from
http://www.primaryresources.co.uk/online/simp...
Victoria University of Wellington. (2012). Australasian
demand for ICT Jobs. Retrieved 20th March 2013 from
http://ecs.vic...
100 Hunt. (2011). 100 Hunt Resource Game.
Retrieved 19th March 2013 from
http://www.ictgames.com/100hunt2.html
With Thanks...
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  1. 1. Our students become easily distracted, unmotivated and disengaged. This is usually caused from boring learning experiences or lack of relation to their interests.
  2. 2. “ICT has shown to have benefits for motivating and engaging pupils as they enjoy using technology. This is due how educational technology involves every aspect of modern life” (ICT in Education, n.d.) So really; it is something that is familiar to our students.
  3. 3. “ICT’s can improve the quality of education by increasing learner engagement and motivation, by facilitating the acquisition of basic skills and by enhancing teacher training” (Questia, 2013)
  4. 4. Something you could try! ‘Splat Square’ (2012): http://www.primarygames.co.uk/pg2/s plat/splatsq100.html • Use the interactive whiteboard to locate numbers to 100!
  5. 5. Catering for 26 students who all learn in different ways can produce quiet a challenge! • Hands on learner • Visual Learner • Auditory Learner • Read/Write Learner •Kinaesthetic Learners As well as planning for a student with ADHD.
  6. 6. Using computers, interactive whiteboards and Ipads, allow each skill of our students to be taken care of. Technology allows opportunity to: • Reading and Writing • Touching, Moving and Manipulating • Listening (Sounds) • Engaging (catering for ADHD) • IT IS FUN and IT INTERESTS THEM!
  7. 7. ICT has both an informal and formal approach to learning and assessing. Helping cater for diverse learners!
  8. 8. “E-learning encompasses learning at all levels, formal as well as non-formal. Blending learning to combine traditional teaching practice with e-learning solutions. This was developed after educators recognized that not all learning is best achieved in the same manner (Questia, 2013)
  9. 9. ICT’s help your diverse learners by: • Motivating and supporting ‘at risk’ students • Provides a range of learning experiences (variation of complexity, real and hypothetical problems, modelling, games, simulations and dialogue • Communicates in ways that cater for diverse learners (MCEETYA, 2005) Try these following programs to help your diverse learners!
  10. 10. “Ensure that schools support and provide for the learning, physical, emotional and behavioural needs of all students, ensuring supportive, inclusive learning environments and building and maintaining facilities for their future” (Lock & Forlin, 2005).
  11. 11. • Using all types of technology that we can get our hands onto; tends to be significantly rewarding in our classroom, as students are familiar with these items. Majority of them already (in year 1 and 2) have had experiences with this technology.
  12. 12. • Using computers, interactive whiteboards, Ipads, Ipods, IPod Docs, GPS’s, Internet resources, camera’s, video cameras and all other types of technology, tends to be significantly rewarding in our classroom as students are familiar with these items. Majority of them already (in year 1 and 2) have had experiences with this technology.
  13. 13. As teachers we have to be aware that when our students leave school, they are exposed to highly technological world. Wherever in the world they travel to, live in, where they work and they way they communicate, will somehow be influenced with technology.
  14. 14. In Australia over 13,000 jobs require some type of ICT knowledge or skill (Victoria University of Wellington, 2012) In Europe nearly 90% of jobs require the demand of ICT skills and knowledge (European Commission, 2012) ~
  15. 15. WE NEED TO GIVE OUR CHILDREN, OUR STUDENTS THE OPPORTUNITY AND THE CHANCE TO LEARN THE SKILLS THEY WILL NEED LATER IN LIFE.
  16. 16. ACARA explicitly outlines how integrating ICT’s into our teaching benefits our students when they become independent individuals in the ‘real world’.
  17. 17. Learning about digital technologies will have students transforming data into information solutions for real-world needs, opportunities, end-users, clients or consumers in a range of technologies contexts (ACARA, 2013)
  18. 18. By learning and using ICT’s, teachers “will reap the rewards from this. They’ll see the delight on their children’s faces. They’ll watch the engagement with their children. It’s also the fulfilment of knowing you’re helping these children on their future journey” Spoken by Teacher Karin Tanzer (DETE, 2012)
  19. 19. THINK ABOUT IT… HOW ARE YOU WATCHING THIS? WHAT ARE YOU USING?
  20. 20. TECHNOLOGY!!!
  21. 21. WE USE IT ALMOST EVERYWHERE
  22. 22. IT IS SOMETHING WE HAVE TO TEACH….
  23. 23. Students will develop ICT capability as they learn to use ICT effectively and appropriately to access, create and communicate information and ideas, solve problems and work collaboratively across all learning areas at school, and their lives outside of school (ACARA, 2013)
  24. 24. THINK
  25. 25. IMAGINE
  26. 26. CREATE
  27. 27. PLAN
  28. 28. DO!
  29. 29. INSPIRE YOURSELF
  30. 30. INSPIRE YOUR STUDENTS
  31. 31. Reference List: Australian Curriculum, Assessment and Reporting Authority. (2013). Australian National Curriculum: Information and Communication Technology (ICT) Capability. Retrieved March 1, 2013 from http://www.australiancurriculum.edu.au/GeneralCap abilities/Information-and-Communication- Technology-capability/Introduction/Introduction BRSchoolZone. (2010). Using your interactive whiteboard and classroom performance system for maths review. Retrieved 20th March 2013 from http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9teDy8Ps2v4
  32. 32. Caterpillar Slider. (2012). Caterpillar Slider Resource Game. Retrieved 19th March 2013 from http://www.ictgames.com/caterpillar_slider.html Department of Education and Training (DETE). (2012). Podcast Transcript. Retrieved 21st March 2013 from http://education.qld.gov.au/smartclassrooms/showca se/2010-09/state-teachers-discuss.html
  33. 33. Department of Education and Training. (2011). Teacher ICT Skills: Western Australia. Retrieved 12th March 2013 from https://www.det.nsw.edu.au/proflearn/der/docs/whe renow/teachict.pdf European Commission. (2012). Enterprise and Industry: Week 12, E-Schools. Retrieved 21st March 2013 from http://ec.europa.eu/enterprise/newsroom/cf/itemdet ail.cfm?item_id=5824
  34. 34. Lock, G & Forlin, C. (2006). Employing Technologies to Engage Students with Diverse Needs in Rural School Communities. Retrieved 20th March 2013 from http://ro.ecu.edu.au/cgi/viewcontent.cgi?article=136 9&context=ajte MCEETYA. (2005). Pedagogy and Strategy: Learning in an Online World. Retrieved 20th March 2013 from http://www.mceetya.edu.au/verve/_resources/pedag ogy_strategy_file.pdf
  35. 35. Shape Sort. (2011). Shape Sort Resource Game. Retrieved 19th March 2013 from http://www.primaryresources.co.uk/online/simplesha pesort.swf Splat Square. (2012). Splat Square Resource Game. Retrieved 2nd March 2013 from http://www.primarygames.co.uk/pg2/splat/splatre10 0.html
  36. 36. Victoria University of Wellington. (2012). Australasian demand for ICT Jobs. Retrieved 20th March 2013 from http://ecs.victoria.ac.nz/Main/Australasiandemandfor ICTjobs Questia. (2013). ICT, Pedagogy and the Curriculum: Subject to Change. Retrieved 18th March 2013 from http://www.questia.com/library/102761197/ict- pedagogy-and-the-curriculum-subject-to-change
  37. 37. 100 Hunt. (2011). 100 Hunt Resource Game. Retrieved 19th March 2013 from http://www.ictgames.com/100hunt2.html With Thanks To: Images: Google Images (Licensed Images) Music: ITunes: Twilight Instrumental

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