Roseanne Pickering E-Portfolio. Provides evidence of learning from course TCS 69223 and demonstrating skills and knowledge of ICT. Implementations of ITC at Kumeu Montessori Preschool. Below is an insight into how we are implementing ICT into our classroom at KMP.
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Provides evidence of learning from course TCS 69223 and demonstrating skills and knowledge of ICT.
This is our computer in the class room, it is on at 9 until 10:30 then again in the afternoon from 1:30 until 3:00pm.
The children are allowed approx 15min at a time on the ‘Letterland’ programme.
Felix LS 1
Felix LS 3
Caden and Mason LS 8
Andrew LS 5
Felix LS 2
Felix LS 4
Andrew LS 7
Andrew LS 6
Fruit LS 10
Lucas LS 9
Dragon the Dinosaur with Andrew/Draft
Water Fun with Felix/Draft
Click to see Analysis of these two learning stories
2 Timothy 4:2.I really like the bit that says 'encourage- with great patience and careful instruction' As teachers this is something we need to do as we are planning, assessing and evaluating. But to do this I believe we need to know ourselves and our plans as you say 'inside and out' and live in and out of season, and be ready at all times.
Proverbs 16:24 (The message) Gracious speech is like clover honey – good taste to the soul, quick energy for the body. Words don't only have power over our emotions and well-being but over water. We need to be aware of the language and the time we are taking when planning, assessing and evaluating.
Rose took the opportunity this morning to involve the children in a cave art activity. Rose came prepared with pieces of sandpaper and crayons. She also had pictures of different types of cave art and a book featuring this type of ethnic culture. The children responded well, loving the texture of the sandpaper and the cut out shapes and patterns of the cave drawings.
Click on the picture to see what I have learnt from receiving a learning story about my African cave art activity.
Click to view meta-reflection