ICT for Teaching Assistants

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Routledge, 2004 - Education - 141 pages
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Clearly explaining why computers are so important for teaching and learning, this book addresses common concerns of teaching assistants and offers advice on how these can be overcome in order to fully exploit the potential of ICT in school.

ICT for Teaching Assistants provides a background to ICT use within schools and includes step-by-step instructions, photocopiables and links to further development to broaden understanding. The book suggests activities that are ideal for creating resources and working with children, gives important information such as health and safety and legal requirements, and presents a detailed breakdown of ICT qualifications and what they entail.

 

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Contents

PART 2 ICT in the classroom
25
PART 3 Background knowledge
95
Further information
124
Evidence for the NVQ
126
Glossary
130
Bibliography and further reading
135
Index
137
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Assistant Pastor of First Presbyterian Church in Greenwich, Connecticut Pastor of Ogden Presbyterian Church in Spencerport, New York Pastor of First Presbyterian Church in York, Pennsylvania Pastor of Fox Chapel Presbyterian Church in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania Pastor of Wayne Presbyterian Church in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania BA in history from Princeton University MDiv from Princeton Theological Seminary Author of The Gospel According to Superman (Holman Press, 1973) and How to Stay Christian (Judson Press, 1983) Sermons broadcast on two stations in Philadelphia and KDKA in Pittsburgh One of the worship leaders for the General Assembly in 2001

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