The Really Useful ICT Book is a practical and easy-to-use guide to give you all the confidence you need to use ICT really effectively inside and outside the primary classroom. It makes clear how ICT can be taught as a standalone subject, and how it can be used easily and imaginatively to enhance teaching other subjects. Jam-packed with ideas and templates to save you time, this friendly handbook offers an introduction to: using ICT inside the classroom a including interactive whiteboards, computer suites, VLEs and e-safety using ICT outside the classroom a including word processors, laptops, data loggers and digital cameras when and how to use a wide range of software and hardware a from spreadsheet packages through to digital photography, e-portfolios and software simulation using ICT in all subject areas practical suggestions for using ICT in cross-curricular topics using ICT to develop teacher and pupil creativity using ICT for assessment and in your professional role. With an emphasis on developing childrenas creativity and on progression from Key Stage 1 to Key Stage 2, The Really Useful ICT Book is a comprehensive compendium of advice and inspiration for all training, newly qualified and experienced teachers, as well as those in support roles in primary schools.Table 20.1 Mathematics KS1: Knowledge, skills and understanding Number Using and Count numbers of objects on-screen, ... (A4L) numbers Use simple data-handling software, e.g. temperature sensors to record the temperature of Problem-solving Communication Reasoning Numbers and the number ... Use Venn diagram and Carroll diagram on an IWB to sort numbers according to their properties.
|Title||:||The Really Useful ICT Book|
|Author||:||Jill Jesson, Graham Peacock|
|Publisher||:||Routledge - 2012-10-12|