Computers, Thinking and Learning: Inspiring Students with Technology

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ACER Press, 2005 - Education - 162 pages
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Computers, Thinking and Learning provides teachers with successful strategies for implementing the full potential of ICT in middle and upper school humanities classrooms. It is a practical and innovative resource that has the authentic voice of a teacher.

Learning and thinking in a classroom which uses ICT has the potential to be colourful, varied and highly motivating. Computers, Thinhing and Learning gives teachers the flexibility to explore new ways for students to express ideas, communicate and respond to set tasks.

David Nettelbeck has held senior teaching and administrative positions at a number of schools in Australia and Tanzania and conducts workshops for teachers in all states of Australia. He believes computers are a means of engaging students within an environment that is familiar to them, and a fresh and exciting way for himself and fellow teachers to think about how they teach and how children learn.

Computers, Thinking and Learning is an authoritative, up-to-date, imaginative and inspirational guide for busy teachers across a range of subjects. Current curriculum requirements emphasise self-directed learning by students and include the use of ICT in developing thinking skills and understanding. This resource will assist teachers to meet these requirements as well as enhancing student learning

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