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Today, new literacies brings the learning of new technologies which are essential for students to master if they are to be literate for the 21st century. New technologies can be used to do traditional things in a different, more motivating way.
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Learn how to enhance literacy with ICT in our NEW online professional development for teachers. This online course will boost your competence and confidence in Literacy-ICT integration - a key factor in the effectiveness of ICT in Literacy lessons today.
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Understanding how to select and use assessment strategies in the primary grades is an important aspect of Pedagogical Content Knowledge for English teachers. It will be important that you modify your assessments to account for students’ vast differences in individual development, even within a grade.
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Progression in any subject is about ensuring that a student's skills and knowledge continue to grow and develop systematically. Here are 10 steps that will help you foster a culture of progression and continuity at your school/organisation.
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Teaching Strategies: Classroom management in Literacy lessons
With students being tech-savvy, it is quite easy for them to become distracted with the ICT they are using whilst learning literacy. Learn classroom management strategies to help you capitalise on student use of ICT in lessons.
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One way to step outside of the box when it comes to literacy teaching with word processors is by using blogs instead. Find out how blogging can transform students into digital innovators in literacy lessons today.
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Accredited Online Professional Development for Teachers - Assessing Student ICT Capability
The assessment of ICT capability is vital as it will allow you to track progress and to plan appropriately for students to achieve their capabilities. Proper assessment will provide you with real evidence and knowledge of where the students are up to.
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Reflection plays a big part in the development of student ICT capability. So to must teachers reflect on their teaching and learning with ICT to improve their own capabilities in ICT. Find out what questions you should ask yourself today.
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Senior management play a significant role in the development of school as they drive the culture and change in teaching strategies. The role that ICT has in schools is enormous and therefore, as the ICT coordinator you depend on the support from senior management for leadership and encouragement.
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The ICT policy of the school plays a strong part in how the school develops student ICT capability. It has to provide students and new staff members with assistance for their teaching and learning with ICT. To achieve this it has to highlight the particular way the school feels that it should deliver the aspects of the Australian Curriculum that incorporate ICT.
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Since the introduction of technology into Primary education almost three decades ago, there has been a lot of pressure on principles to ensure the effective implementation of ICT in their schools.  Today, the increasing developments and advancements in ICT has not made it easy for them to determine its worth in education. As educational leaders, it is their role to measure the impact that ICT has on teaching and learning. For the majority, cost plays a crucial role in their decision.
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If change is to occur in schools today, then it needs to STEM from the top (excuse the pun!). The role that senior management play in this process is vital if they are to drive the culture of the school towards ICT greatness.
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Content-free software allows students to develop their ICT capability. By understanding their educational purposes you will be able to decide which is right for the ICT solutions your students are going to generate.
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The most important judgement about the educational value of your school will be the various changes it brings about in its students over time. In addition to the knowledge and learning students will have gained through being at your school, you need to be aware that the public will make perceptions about its worth in terms of attitudes, behaviour, and how the students respect staff and property.
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Today, the most important judgement about the educational value of your school will be the various changes it brings about in its students over time. The coordination of assessment in ICT capability across the whole school is therefore imperative to the school's economic competitiveness and improved student attainment in ICT capability. It's time to take the lead in ICT.
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There are many factors that influence the development of ICT capability. In addition to the school’s ICT policy, a school’s culture must be one that has a strong belief that using ICT can promote teaching and learning. The strength of an ICT culture within a school is a very powerful force in determining the direction of a school.
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How can you as a teacher continue to challenge students with technology even when the students knows more about it than you do? Find out how here.
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The ICT policy of the school plays a strong part in how the school develops student ICT capability. It has to provide students and new staff members with assistance for their teaching and learning with ICT.
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If your school is to move forward with its use of ICT, then a subculture embedded into the structure of the school that empowers students in their learning needs to be present. Some changes to schools can be brought through the leadership of dynamic staff who are able to stick to their convictions and take others with them.
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STEM takes out the 2018 Australia Day award as it dominated in its nominees. Michelle Simmons from UNSW surpasses who colleagues and receives the Australian of the Year award with Eddie Woo, a Maths teacher, receiving the Australian Local Hero Award. Find out the top ICT jobs for 2018 too.
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Students today are more digitally prepared than past generations and this makes them more vulnerable to many things they are exposed to. Protecting them is a must along with guiding them in an online world.
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ICT Teaching Strategies: Maximising student capabilities with beebots
Learn by example how to teach ICT capability in the classroom by demonstrating coding skills using bee bots proficiently today.
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The Heads of Departments and other senior management like Deputy Principals play an important role in building a professional culture which is responsive to change. They set values for all and have attributes such as commitment and hard work that set great examples for other staff in the school community. Find out how to inspire change towards ICT at your school.
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As students move from primary to secondary schooling, it is essential that you ensure that a student experiences a curriculum that will allow them to develop their knowledge and skills as they grow older and mature. A liaison with the secondary school can ensure that curriculum bridges are created and learning continues in the development of ICT capability.
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The world of information and data on the Internet can be overwhelming for students. Learning valuable information literacy skills like evaluating the content of websites and using advanced search techniques with search engines like Google can make a world of difference for them.
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In the 21st century, being included as part of society is vital if you are survive and thrive. Teachers being the catalysts of change have to ensure that they provide an inclusive classroom for all students through the effective use of ICT. Differentiation is therefore, a practice that teachers need to consider in their planning if they are to prepare students for life in an ICT-integrated society.
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The use of ICT in the classroom demands students' autonomy and confidence to come from their ability to make good decisions about its use. Teachers through their guidance can help in their development of higher order skills and this can promote the growth of ICT capability within the classroom. Find out effective ways to intervene as a teacher in order to develop 21st century skills.
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NEW NESA accredited online professional development for teachers provides sound advice on the best practices and ICT teaching strategies for teachers to support technology integration in their classroom. Core content focuses on helping Primary teachers teach ICT capability across the curriculum.
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When it comes to motivating students in the classroom there is no doubt in my mind that ICT works wonders! However, it is important to remember that along with using ICT in the classroom as a source of motivation that you develop a scheme of work or a series of lessons plans that will include opportunities for students to progress throughout them.
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Learning about new software is at the heart of developing every students’ capabilities whether it will be in the new Digital Technologies curriculum or across the curriculum in various Learning Areas (General Capability – ICT Capability). No matter if it is animation, generic, graphic or even subject-specific software the best practices need to be implemented in order for students to be able to make effective decisions about what software to use so to create a solution to a problem situation.
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Accredited online professional development for teachers
It is time for educators to step up their game and develop ICT literate students. With the decline in the ICT literacy skills of Australian students, educators need to be aware of the ICT literacy skills the businesses of today and tomorrow seek.
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Distractions in lessons as a result of using ICT is of major concern to many teachers. Learn the steps you can take to keep your students on track and focussed on their work.
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An ICT capable teacher needs to comprehend the significance of how students learn today with ICT if they are to teach ICT capability effectively. Accounting for the various ways students learn with ICT is vital and initiates a proactive start for teachers. Get more insight into this course preview here.
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Developing student ICT capability - Accredited online professional development for teachers
After researching how primary teachers can develop student ICT capability, it is time to put it into action. Michael Hilkemeijer, director of ICTE Solutions Australia, will be a Technology teacher at a local primary school for Term 2. Follow blogs to learn about his experiences and steps and use the resources to join in the journey.
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How to have an ICT capable classroom today - Professional Learning for Teachers
Progression in any subject is about ensuring that a student's skills and knowledge continue to grow and develop systematically. Here are 10 steps that will help you foster a culture of progression and continuity at your school/organisation.
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