ICT for curriculum enhancement /

This book considers the cognitive nature of courses connected with ICT or using ICT as an integral part of the course, including some views on the associated learning and teaching styles. Which factors lead to learning outcomes and are these intended or fortuitous? Factors may include ones specific...

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Other Authors: Monteith, Moira.
Format: eBook
Published: Bristol : Intellect, 2004.
Online Access:CONNECT
Table of Contents:
  • Introduction / Moira Monteith
  • Remodelling Education / Moira Monteith
  • Just a Tool? The Computer as the Curriculum / Martin Owen
  • The Computer Practice Framework: a tool to enhance curriculum development relating to ICT / Peter Twining
  • Curriculum Enrichment: using online resources, balancing creativity with the readily available / Libby Jared
  • Using role-play activity with synchronous CMC to encourage critical reflection on peer debate / Rachel Pilkington, Peter Kuminek
  • Computers in Schools and Colleges: The User in Control / Jocelyn Wishart
  • ICT and curriculum provision in early years / Deirdre Cook
  • ICT Capability and Initial Teacher Training / Babs Dore, Cathy Wickens
  • ICT as a Specialist Subject in Initial Teacher Training / John Chatterton
  • Information society, situatedness and social construction: student teachers' learning on a PGCE geography course / Tony Fisher
  • IT as a Key Skill for Teachers: the delivery of IT as an integral component of a full-time PGCE programme / Stevie Vanhegan, Susan Wallace.