A unit of study for teachers to understand how to use activities in the classroom in a way that will motivate learners, and help them to achieve worthwhile learning outcomes. The objective is for teachers to go about developing relevant and engaging learning activities.
A unit of study of record-keeping in the classroom. The objective is to introduce participants to the use of a spreadsheet for record-keeping purposes.
This is a unit of study whose competency is selecting ICT resources to support curriculum outcomes. The objective for teachers is to make the best use of ICT in order to enhance teaching and learning.
A unit of study where participants should develop an understanding of the role rubrics play as an assessment tool as well as when and how they should be used. The objective is for participants to recognise the difference between low and high quality rubrics but also feel adequately prepared to begin creating rubrics.
A unit of study for teachers to consider some of the challenges raised by adopting a PBL approach, and how these can be overcome.
The objective is to look at ways of dealing with the challenges and fears of PBL projects.
A unit of study for learners to consolidate their PowerPoint skills and provide them with opportunities to learn how to insert graphic elements into their presentations. The objective is to learn how to integrate graphic elements into their presentations.
The purpose of this unit of study is to provide an overview of the benefits of collaboration and some of the ICT collaboration tools that are available to teachers to facilitate collaboration.
The purpose of this unit of study is to provide an overview of some of the communication tools that are available to teachers to help improve communication and interaction with participants, fellow teachers and parents.
A unit of study to introduce participants to the idea that the effective integration of ICT into a learning environment (classroom and computer lab) requires careful thought and planning, particularly with regards to time and human resources, and that there are many ICT tools available to the teacher to assist with this process.
This course has been developed to support the training of teachers to integrate ICT into their teaching practices. The materials, guides and activities are strongly aligned with the UNESCO ICT Competency Framework for Teachers (CFT).
While the course embraces the role ICT can bring to the classroom it is also not held prisoner by the need for high end or sophisticated technology platforms. The course can be deployed in areas of limited or no connectivity via CD ROM or memory stick as most of the resources have been previously downloaded and collected. There are also web and paper based versions of the lessons and guides.
This course uses materials that are Open Education Resources (OER) or free to use for educational purposes, allowing the use and distribution, and in some instances the repurposing of the materials, at no additional cost. (See the Open License tab for more information).
But most importantly we hope the lessons are fun and engaging enough to introduce new possibilities and refresh the participant's passion for teaching and learning.
A unit of study of how ICT can offer a quality supplement to classroom teaching. The Objective is to learn how integrating ICT into daily learning activities can assist students learning individually or in groups.
A unit of study of the efficacy of a networked computer lab in providing an effective foundation for developing ICT capabilities. The objective is to investigate issues around setting up and teaching in a laboratory environment.
A unit of study where teachers will help learners complete a tutorial, brainstorm a list of possible project ideas for a PBL project that includes gathering, processing and presenting information.
The purpose of this practical is to provide participants with clear directions so that they can design such a project.
A unit of study whose competency is understanding two methodologies of teaching, Constructivism and Didacticism. Investigate how ICT supports these methodologies. The objectives are for learners to use multiple methods in their teaching and understand how ICT can be employed to support each methodology.
First unit from the ICT in Education Teacher's Course on Internet Search: Teachers should be able to describe the Internet and the World Wide Web, elaborate on their uses, describe how a browser works and use a URL to access a website. (TL.4.e)
This is a unit of study whose competency is developing an understanding of Boolean logic and the way in which it can be used to refine searching skills and techniques. The objective is to build on the basic knowledge about the Internet and searching.
A unit of study to introduce in-service teachers to Constructivist teaching methods. Teachers will look at a particular manifestation of the theory, Constructionism, or more specifically, Project-based Learning.
A unit of study that builds upon the work covered in the Technology Literacy Course participants. Participants will access and share learning opportunities that support their own personal learning goals.
A unit of study for teachers to understand the concept of Personal Learning Network (PLN) and the various sources and experts that are available to them online to help them further their professional learning.
A unit of study to introduce participants to the concept of using search engines, online databases and email to find people and resources for collaborative projects