500 ICT Tips for Primary Teachers

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Psychology Press, 1999 - Education - 200 pages
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Information and Communications Technology (ICT) has been the focus of much debate and development within education, especially in the primary sector. This text offers tried and tested ideas for using IT effectively across the whole primary curriculum.
 

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Contents

Introduction
1
Chapter 1 Coping with ICT in the Classroom
5
Chapter 2 IT as a Discrete Subject
17
Chapter 3 IT as a Crosscurricular Subject
26
Chapter 4 Supporting Special Educational Needs with IT
37
Chapter 5 Resources for Teaching IT and ICT
47
Chapter 6 Assessing IT
57
Chapter 7 Managing ICT in Primary Schools
67
Chapter 10 The Internet
101
Chapter 11 Troubleshooting Top Good Habits and Homeschool Links
118
Appendix 1 Jargon Busting ICT Terms for Education OrIts All Geek to Me
123
Appendix 2 Audit Your Own ICT Skills with Quick Quiz
137
Appendix 3 Top 20 Web Sites
140
Appendix 4 Starting Points for Software
142
Appendix 5 Some British Educational Acronyms and Abbreviations
144
Appendix 6 Further Reading
147

Chapter 8 Resources for the Implementation of ICT
78
Chapter 9 Supporting Colleagues
89

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About the author (1999)

Phil Race works part-time in the Staff and Departmental Development Unit at the University of Leeds, and for the rest of his time runs training workshops for staff and students in universities, colleges and other organisations throughout the UK, and gives keynotes and workshops at conferences on teaching and learning. He has also worked abroad, and has visited Canada, Australia, New Zealand, Ireland, Czech Republic, Slovakia, Denmark, Holland, Ukraine, Hungary, Greece, Israel, Sweden and Singapore in recent years.

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