Crowdsourcing the new ICT Curriculum Resources
As teachers start to think about the changes that are going to happen to ICT in school after government announcements and the Royal Society report, this collection will bring together the resources that teachers believe will support the three new areas – Information Technology, Digital Learning and Computing. Initially, only a few resources have been included as examples and we’d like to build this collection with your resources to support the changed curriculum. We’ll be looking to feature new items on a regular basis – let us know via our forum about your new additions and suggestions!
As defined by the Royal Society Report, this is the use of computers, in industry, commerce, the arts and elsewhere, including aspects of IT systems architecture, human factors, project management, etc. (Note that this is narrower than the use in industry, which generally encompasses Computer Science as well.)
- A set of resources to support learners who are creating their own website.
As defined by the Royal Society Report, The general ability to use computers…… it is a set of skills rather than a subject in its own right.
- 3 quizzes to assess learners’ keyboard keys knowledge.
As defined by the Royal Society Report, the rigorous academic discipline, encompassing programming languages, data structures, algorithms, etc
- A useful revision guide for learners
- An e-book for GCSE students
- Building programming skills by making it relevant and interesting in other subject areas
- Using visual programming tools, even younger children can start to develop logic skills in programming
- A tutorial for developing more complex programming skills
- With a range of games-creating resources