Assess student ICT capability in Curriculum today
Why should you enrol in this course?
Designed and created with the purpose to ensure that teachers get practical and immediately actionable advice on how they can fulfill the requirements of the Australian Curriculum:
"Teachers are expected to teach and assess general capabilities to the extent that they are incorporated within learning area content."
- Australian Curriculum
ICT capability is one of seven general capabilities embedded throughout all Learning Areas. Like literacy and numeracy, it needs to be effectively assessed to ensure that students will progress in their capabilities.
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. Without it any planning conducted would be worthless.
You will learn how to assess ICT capability as a requirement of the National Curriculum by applying current instructional principles, research and appropriate assessment practices to the uses of ICT in your classroom. In addition, I will give you the expertise you need to make informed decisions to help you unlock barriers to establishing a meaningful learning environment.
Who should enrol?
Primary and Early Childhood Educators
Australian Professional Standards for Teachers: 2.6.2 and 5.1.2
By enrolling in this course, you will be able to:
- Learn about integrating ICT and ICT capability development in the National Curriculum;
- Plan and identify opportunities for assessment;
- Determine progression in the National Curriculum Learning Continuum;
- Establish a meaningful learning environment in the Early Years;
- Gather strong empirical evidence of attainment;
- Share learning outcomes with parents and colleagues and;
- Make informed decisions on assessment strategies for your school.