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Let’s Talk About ICT LIteracy. Gerald Roos. Dare we define?. Rationales for ICT in Schools. Administrative Efficiency. Teaching and Learning. Learner ICT Capability. ICT Literacy. IT and CAT. Curriculum. Best Practice?. Best practices. Actual life contexts ICT transparent

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rationales for ict in schools
Rationales for ICT in Schools

Administrative Efficiency

Teaching and Learning

Learner ICT Capability

ICT Literacy

IT and CAT


best practices
Best practices

Actual life contexts

ICT transparent

Learners as helpers to each other

Self instruction - independence

Differentiated opportunities

Active roles, choosing for themselves

Ongoing assistance and support

technology literacy curriculum
Technology Literacy Curriculum

3 Levels (Level I = 6th Grade; Level II = 7th Grade; Level III = 8th Grade)

Can do just one level

Curriculum is flexible and can be modularized

Each Level includes:

2 projects. Each project is completed per semester with scheduling options:

Two 40-minute class periods per week for 18 weeks

Four lab periods per week for 9 weeks

Teacher Guide

Parent Guide

cognitive apprenticeship1
Cognitive apprenticeship
  • Modelling
    • experts perform tasks and novices observe.
    • Trainers demonstrate ICT processes.
    • Trainers model the thinking of an independent learner
    • Shaping the learners
    • Fading
cognitive apprenticeship2
Cognitive apprenticeship
  • Coaching
    • offering hints, scaffolding, feedback, modelling, reminders
    • observing participants
  • Scaffolding
    • support resources
cognitive apprenticeship3
Cognitive apprenticeship
  • Gaining control
    • participants apply what they have learnt.
    • Practice – different styles
  • Exploration
    • participants solve problems
    • explore ideas themselves.

Intel Skills for Success