Interactive ICT resources for schools What2Learn provides a wealth of resources for teaching ICT as a separate subject. It will also help you to integrate ICT right across the curriculum. Designed by a winner of three national teaching awards and based on quality educational materials provided by the Pearson Publishing Group, What2Learn provides a resource that can be used in ICT lessons throughout the year and intensively at revision times. At Key Stage 4 we have many general resources to develop student understanding of ICT hardware, software, applications and theory. We have also added content to support the OCR Nationals ICT Level 2 and resources for the new GCSEs which were launched in 2010. In addition to the above, we have lots more additional ICT-related topics to unlock. Sign up for full access…
Friv : ONLY THE VERY BEST FREE ONLINE GAMES! Teachers reflect on technology in the classroom — THINK Global School TGS has implemented a 3:1 program: three technological devices for each individual student. In this case, the three pieces of technology are an iPhone, iPad and MacBook Pro. Students at TGS are encouraged to keep these devices powered on and available during class. Each TGS teacher has his or her own preference for integrating these devices into their coursework. As with most new tools, there is a learning curve. A critic might say that these tools are nothing more than a distraction. Below you’ll find a short list of some of the apps used for classes at TGS: CalculatoriAnnotate (paperless quizzes, read and take notes, share and send PDF files)Jibbigo (voice translation)My Chinese Library (Chinese phrasebook)Noteshelf (note taking)Penultimate (handwriting writing app – useful for Chinese characters and mathematical formulas)The Elements (in-depth periodic table)
IT 10 | mrnowak.com Welcome to Information Technology 10. This course is an introduction to the world of technology and computers. Because this is a beginner level course, some of you may find the material easier than others. The end goal is to give each student the tools they need to feel confident infront of a computer and to open you up to a wide range of programs and skills. Below are the units with the assignments we will be working on. Google Sketch-up- Google Sketch-up is a free 3d modeling program. MSOffice Gimp- Gimp is a FREE photo editing program similar to Photoshop but did I mention it's FREE! iWeb- You get to design your very own website. iWeb is a program that can make simple and effective websites easily. Computer Hardware- SuperCard- iMovie- Students will work through a short tutorial on the how to use iMovie before moving on a making their own video or slideshow. Bibliography- Some of the assingments that you will be working on will require you to find and use information from various sources.
ictstarters - home ToonDoo - World's fastest way to create cartoons! 50 Ways to Use Wikis for a More Collaborative and Interactive Classroom Wikis are an exceptionally useful tool for getting students more involved in curriculum. They’re often appealing and fun for students to use, while at the same time ideal for encouraging participation, collaboration, and interaction. Read on to see how you can put wikis to work in your classroom. Resource Creation Using these ideas, your students can collaboratively create classroom valuables. Student Participation These projects are sure to get your students involved. Group Projects Allow wikis to facilitate group work by using these ideas. Student Interaction Get your students to work together on these projects. For the Classroom Use your wiki to create spaces that are special to your class. Community Reach out to the community with these resources that everyone can appreciate. Other Here are even more fun and useful ways to improve your classroom with a wiki. Did you enjoy this article?
Mr. Nowak | Wood Working | Information Technology | mrnowak.com Welcome back to another exciting year at Hugh Boyd! One thing that is new this year in the Tech Ed department is that we have added a Technology ESL course. For now, please click on for the course and use to translate. I am in the middle updating my website for all of my classes, so please check back regularly. Students Students will be able to showcase some of their wonderful projects that they have built throughout the year in the . Like this bed for example that Liam built last year! Each of my class pages provide different resources that can and will be used. Richmond offers students a variety of different Parents: Parents can visit my site to see what their child is currently working on as well as what each of the courses I teach offer. Teachers: Tech Ed Teachers can click on my wood page to find material that may be useful. For IT teachers, there may be some helpful material on my pages and hopefully I will be able to add to it in the near future. Contact Me
Interactive Learning Sites for Education - Home home Teacher Attitudes towards Computer Use in EFL Classrooms | IOLC Conference Frontiers of Language and Teaching Volume 3 (2012) towards computers may in one way or other determine students’ future computer use. That is why Teo (2008) lays extensive emphasis on studying teacher attitudes towardsICTs. Furthermore, Gilakjani & Leong (2012) concur that if any success is to beexpected from integrating computers into the classroom, it is a must that negativeteacher attitudes be identified and refined as well as fostering the positive ones.However, it is unfortunate to note that very few studies (Albirini, 2006; Egbert, Paulus& Nakamichi, 2002) have addressed teacher attitudes towards computer use. This,Sahin-Kizil (2011) argues, may account for the low level of achievement in computerintegration despite the remarkable investments made into it in terms of money, time andeffort. positive correlation holds between teachers’ attitudes towards computers and thei rtendency to utilize them in the classroom. classroom. positive user attitudes towards it. towards computers.
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