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Integrating technology using your primary it curriculum with core subjects

Integrating Technology:

Using your Primary IT Curriculum with Core Subjects


Beliefs

Technology can enhance the teaching and learning process

Technology use is meaningful when applied strategically to increase student achievement

Students learn about technology by using technology

Beliefs


Planning process

Planning Process


The planning steps

The Planning Steps

Identify a Subject/Topic to be taught

1

Design Project, Lessons or Activities

Identify Opportunities to Use Information

Technology

Identify IT skills students will need to bring to the learning experience

2

3

4

Appendix D: Opportunities for ICT


Step 1 identify subject strand or module to be taught

Example:

Science – Biology 2Be2

Objective – Understand ways to care for the environment

Step 1: Identify subject, strand, or module to be taught


Step 2 designlesson activities

What can my students do to help them gain skills and content knowledge?

Example:

Take a walk and point out the types of trash found along the way. Then collect and review vocabulary during discussions on appropriate ways of disposing waste.

Construct a roster of duties for keeping the classroom clean & tidy (e.g.: participate in recycling lunch waste)

Discuss consequences of and solutions for waste littering other environments (eg: beaches/shoreline, oceans, parks, etc)

Step 2:DesignLesson/Activities


Step 3 identify opportunities for it

Where can I integrate technology to enhance the learning process?

Where can I give my students the opportunity to increase their skills with technology?

Example:

Use online/interactive activities to develop their understanding of how to care for the environment

Visit the KBB website at

Watch film clips related to caring for the environment and discuss with others

Take a digital camera along on the walk. Use the pictures in the student work

Step 3: Identify Opportunities for IT

Interactive

KBB

Movie


Step 4 identify it skills in curriculum document

What IT objectives will I be covering?

Which skills will the students have the opportunity to develop?

Example:

A - Navigates age appropriate software (simulation)

A - Operates a variety of technologies (video controls, digital camera)

B - Use computer applications (word processor)

Step 4: Identify IT Skills in Curriculum Document


Example science

Example: Science

Identify a Subject/Topic to be taught

1

Design Project, Lessons or Activities

Identify Opportunities to Use Information

Technology

Identify IT skills students will need to bring to the learning experience

2

3

4

  • Use interactive activities on how to care for the environment

  • Visit the KBB website

  • Watch video related to topic

  • Take a along on the walk. Use a digital camera to document the walk in student written work

A - Navigates age appropriate software (simulation)

A - Operates a variety of technologies (video controls, digital camera)

B - Use computer applications (word processor)

Biology 2Be2 Understand ways to care for the environment

  • Take a nature walk;

  • collect and review vocabulary during discussions;

  • construct a roster of classroom duties

  • Discuss consequences of and solutions for waste littering


Example english social studies

Example: English & Social Studies

Identify a Subject/Topic to be taught

1

Design Project, Lessons or Activities

Identify Opportunities to Use Information

Technology

Identify IT skills students will need to bring to the learning experience

2

3

4

  • Work cooperatively with peers and others when using technology (D)

  • Format text using a word processor (C)

  • Navigate websites to locate information(A)

Reading 4Rn7

Distinguish between fact and opinion

Social Studies SS.P4.H3c Demonstrate an understanding that people in different times and places view the world differently.

  • Students read Scourge of Slavery from 5 Centuries and

  • Conduct research for opposing views of slavery to uncover and

  • document differing opinions.

  • Students can use tables in the word processor to organize information according to point of view or fact or opinion

  • They can use the Internet to conduct research.


Example mathematics

Example: Mathematics

Identify a Subject/Topic to be taught

1

Design Project, Lessons or Activities

Identify Opportunities to Use Information

Technology

Identify IT skills students will need to bring to the learning experience

2

3

4

Ma P3 (3N) Numbers and the number system and calculation

  • Have the students work with manipulatives to uncover multiples of 2, 3, 4, 5 and build number charts.

  • Solve problems using spreadsheet software(C)

  • Operate a variety of technologies (A)

  • Students can use the IWB to explore number patterns (multiples) using virtual manipulatives

  • and

  • create number charts using a spreadsheet

Hundreds Chart


Using your curriculum documents

Use the IT curriculum as a guide to identify the performances and skills expected of students at a particular level

Use CIE TG Section 5 and Appendix D for ideas to integrate technology into other subject areas

Use the Technology Integration Tool to assist with lesson planning

Using Your Curriculum Documents


It assessment

How do we know what they know?

IT Assessment

Product Assessment:

Portfolio containing computer generated documents designed for a variety of purposes:

Storiespictureshelp manuals

Reportsgraphswebsite collections

Letterspresentationsmovies, surveys, etc.

Performance Assessment:

Ongoing Observation of:

operation of equipment operation of software

Keyboardingcooperationcollaboration, etc.


What can it look like planning for step 2

DEGREES OF ACTIVE LEARNING WITH TECHNOLOGY

What can it look like?Planning for Step 2

ADOPTION

ADAPTION

ENTRY

Students use the technology according to teacher direction

Mostly teacher directed but students have some choice as they learn a variety of technologies

Teacher uses the technology

INFUSION

TRANSFORMATION

Students can make their own choices about when, how and which technologies they will use

Students have technology readily available to them and use it as they see fit to facilitate their learning, collaboration and to express their creativity.


Technology use teaching style

Technology Use & Teaching Style

Traditional Classrooms

21st Century Classrooms

High use of teacher centred instructional approaches

High use of student centredinstructional strategies

Technology in the hands of teacher

Technology in the hands of students

Entry

Adoption

Adaption

Infusion

Transformation

Teacher Expertise with Instructional Technology


Integrating technology using your primary it curriculum with core subjects

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