500 ICT Tips for Primary Teachers by Professor Phil Race, Nick Packard, Steven Higgins

By Professor Phil Race, Nick Packard, Steven Higgins

In Britain, ICT (Information and Communications expertise) has been the point of interest of dialogue, improvement and innovation inside of schooling over contemporary years, the best effect being within the basic area. This sensible consultant will give you the a lot wanted effortless recommendation and help for lecturers dealing with this outstanding problem. This e-book deals support via offering attempted and demonstrated rules for utilizing IT successfully around the complete of the first curriculum. whereas a couple of issues follow to express British curriculum concerns, the bulk are universally appropriate.

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This is particularly relevant when working on group activities based around the computer. The computer can be used as a resource perhaps initially using a CD-ROM, and then as a focus for the presentation of the work using a word processor or desktop publishing package. Planning a time line of the IT as a discrete subject 23 Victorians in history, with pairs of pupils writing or illustrating a particular date, or an annotated map in geography, with individual pupils covering different aspects of a country, can both follow this type of organization.

Children can then select and move objects on the monitor just by touching the appropriate points on the screen. 5 Concept keyboards. Concept keyboards are great for all manner of ICT-based activity. They can be designed to handle everything from simple text input to reference and research work. Many can also be used to guide an on-screen pointer, although if a program to make this work is not included with the keyboard driver software, you may need to find someone who has had a lot of experience with programming concept keyboards.

These can be ideas and activities for pupils to use away from the computer. 2 Use whole class demonstrations to start pupils thinking. A CD–ROM entry, or talking story book page, can be used as a discussion point with the whole class and can be an excellent starting point for further activities away from the computer. 3 Use IT to support pupils’ learning. This is particularly relevant when working on group activities based around the computer. The computer can be used as a resource perhaps initially using a CD-ROM, and then as a focus for the presentation of the work using a word processor or desktop publishing package.

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