How to match ICT resources to the Intended Learning Outcomes in Early childhood Education

Category Other resource
Subjects & Topics "Pedagogy and professional development / In-school training", "Pedagogy and professional development / Classroom practice", "Pedagogy and professional development / Child development", "New teachers / Teacher training", "Computing / Functional IT skills", "Computing / Evaluating digital content", "Computing / Digital literacy", "Computing / Computer science", "Whole school", "Pedagogy and professional development / Theories of teaching and learning"
Year Levels Foundation, Year 1, Year 2
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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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Check out the preview and see how this can be a valuable resource for you and your colleagues.

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Matching ICT resources to intended learning objectives.pdf
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