ICTeachers ICT Links. Agencies and Organisations BETT is the annual trade show for educational technology, held each January at Olympia in London.
Entry is free and limited to those who work in education. A visit to BETT is an essential INSET activity for anyone who is concerned about using ICT in education. The Chartered Institute for IT Useful, includes a section for schools. GLOW Covering all aspects of education north of the border and of particular interest to teachers in Scotland. Examination Resources Computer Studies for A Level Students Just what it says on the box. Lots of support, advice and links from the King John School in Essex. OCR Nationals ICT A commercially available tracking / assessment system for KS4 & 5. Revise ICT Lots of fun revision stuff for Pupils in KS3 and up. Web Building Building a Web Page From the former webmaster of the prizewinning Southwold Primary School (our very own Simon Widdowson), a simple guide to building your first webpage.
Making a School Website Lissa Explains It All. 20 Technology Skills that Every Educator Should Have. By Laura Turner In 2005 I wrote a similar article and have had requests to write an update.
Technology has changed a great deal in the last 5-6 years. Although, realistically, you would not use all of these technologies, you should be knowledgeable in what each of the following technology is and how it could be/might be used in a classroom. \ 1. Here is some detailed information about the first 5 technology skills. 1. Google for Educators Google supports teachers in their efforts to empower students and expand the frontiers of human knowledge. . (6-12) Create an interactive online poster using images, text background audio and video. Google Get email updates of the latest relevant Google results (web, news, etc.) based on your choice of query or topic.
Google online books Google Social bookmarking service Google Docswww.docs.google.com This site allows multiple users to create and edit Word, Excel and PowerPoint documents. 10 Questions about bPortfolios.
Jacquisharpwebsites - home. ICT Practical Ideas. ASE Article : Using a Visualiser in Primary Science. For a while now (ok, a year) I’ve been in the process of writing an article for the Association of Science Education (ASE) for their Primary Science journal on the topic of visualisers in primary school science.
Well, after a lot of documents flying backwards and forwards, the final version has made it into print. You need to be an ASE member to read the full journals, but selected articles are available on their site free of charge. Download the pdf of my article here. A big thanks to Aver Media and Dughall McCormick for the image of the kids using their visualiser to view a snail! Find out more about the ASE Primary Science journal here. Digital Literacy Toolkit: This looks really promising!
This Digital Literacy Toolkit began with the premise that multimedia authoring, which is happening with the extensive use of PowerPoint in classrooms, must be taught as a skill, just as traditional text-based writing is taught. While teachers and students have become familiar with the technical skills required to use images in multimedia productions, they lack a critical language to determine whether an image or a sound is used appropriately. Images, sounds and animations — like words — are building blocks whose meanings can be changed to suit the communicative purpose of the author. Just as the same words and phrases can be arranged or manipulated to express different meanings depending on the author’s intent, so can sounds and images. The 21st Century Teacher.
Digital Storytelling. Blog Ideas.