ICT Leadership for Education Managers
Teachers using ICT to enhance learning (Module 2: Workshop 3)
As a principal you will make important decisions about the use of ICT in your school. On what evidence do you base your decisions? In this workshop you are given the opportunity to examine just a few examples of what teachers could do using ICT to enhance learning in the classroom.
By the end of this task you could achieve the following outcomes:
- Evaluate whether ICT can help teachers to enhance learning.
Workshop questions: Should teachers use ICT in learning situations in schools?
Can ICT contribute to enhanced learning?
|1||Work in pairs. (15 min)
In this workshop you will weigh up the evidence to support or refute the claim that ICT can support teachers and enhance learning. In this workshop we focus on ways in which ICT can be integrated with curriculum activities.
Open the Showing Evidence tool.
|» Click here to do the Showing Evidence activity.|
|2||Work in pairs. (45 min)
» Using the Internet for research.
» Using presentations to share knowledge.
» Using spreadsheets for entrepreneurship and EMS
» Using spreadsheets for mathematics discovery learning.
» Learner support document
» Learner sample presentation
» Learner sample brochure
» Learner sample website
|3||Work in pairs. (30 min)
||» Click here to view submissions in the ThinkQuest library|
|4||Work in pairs. (15 min)
|5||Meet as a whole group (15 min)
|6||Community of principals
Join the Partners in Learning Network and find a community of principals online.
|» Go to the Partners in Learning Network|
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» Teachers growing in ICT competence