For Year 1 Primary teachers to develop student ICT capability in literacy teaching. This lesson plan comes with a curriculum map, ICT teaching strategies and can be used when teaching about Informative Text in the Australian Curriculum.
Curriculum focused literacy lesson plans equipped with everything you need to know about teacher competence in ICT for lessons, classroom management, successful ICT teaching strategies and the development of ICT capability in literacy lessons.
Curriculum-focused literacy-technology lesson plans that are adaptable and flexible for every classroom, equipped with ICT teaching strategies, classroom management strategies, reflective activities, strategic information to boost your competence in ICT, ICT activities for the literacy classroom and much more.
A collection of literacy - technology integration lesson plan templates supporting the Australian Curriculum and accompanied by ICT teaching strategies, ICT activities, classroom management strategies and more.
Curriculum-focused literacy-technology integration activities supported by lesson plan templates, ICT teaching strategies, classroom management strategies, teaching practices and more that will enhance literacy with ICT AND boost teacher competence and confidence in ICT today. Adaptable for any classroom!!!
Key Themes include:
Teacher competence in ICT - what you need to know?
Teacher reflection activities;
Literacy-ICT teaching strategies;
Assess the use of ICT in Literacy lessons;
Overcoming difficulties in the classroom;
Organising the classroom;
Providing an inclusive classroom environment;
Classroom management strategies;
Visual literacy activities and;
Literacy lesson plans based on the requirements of the Australian Curriculum (Primary) that includes ICT teaching strategies, curriculum mapping, practical and immediately actionable advice on how to improve your own ICT capability for the lesson, and resources to help you track the progress of student capabilities in ICT .
Poster checklist for the Digital Primary classroom. Checklist style. A digital child can:
Use ICT to support their learning;
Take responsibility for their own learning;
Develop strategies to help you learn unfamiliar ICT tools and resources;
Work collaboratively in groups;
Understand the potential and limitations of hardware and software.
Suitable for every primary classroom…not just the computer room!
With the wide range of ICT resources available to Early Childhood educators it is easy to become overwhelmed.
How do you then match ICT resources to the intended learning outcomes?
This new resource will help shed some light on this. You will be given the expertise you need in order for you to be able to think like the experts in making instructional decisions in the learning setting.
ICT can help bridge learning gaps, but only if used appropriately.
Use the following:
8 principles to help you choose wisely;
Answer the key questions that you need to ask in order to make a number of decisions in relation to the learning objectives;
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Inclusion in early childhood education means increasing the participation of children in the cultures, curriculum and communities of local schools. It concerns being able to support the needs of all children. Having an inclusive environment is essential in offering opportunities for learning for children and you as an early childhood teacher want all children to benefit. The use of ICT in early childhood education is a vital tool that ensures that inclusion actually happens.
You will learn:
The key issues in using ICT for inclusion
Develop an inclusive practice with ICT
Managing an inclusive classroom
What does an inclusive classroom look like with ICT
Universal Design for Learning in ECE - Technology Integration Framework
E-Inclusion - what is that?
Challenging the gifted children with ICT
Promoting equitable access
I hope you enjoy this online preview!
LEARN MORE ABOUT ICT IN EARLY CHILDHOOD EDUCATION (ONLINE COURSE PREVIEW)
As an early childhood teacher, you are an expert in observing children in your care. This professional development ebook will help you capitalise on this expertise to establish a starting point for a child’s ICT capability.
Laying the foundations for ICT capability in early childhood education is essential as it ensure a smooth progression in their learning journey not just in Kindy or preschool, but throughout primary and secondary education.
In an ICT-dominated society, can you afford not to gain an appreciation of where a child is, where they are heading and where they going next.
Learn key formative assessment strategies that will support you and the child’s use of ICT in your early childhood education and care centre today.