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Active learning using ICT Introduction - The Journey
Transcript of Active learning using ICT Introduction - The Journey
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Active Learning & ICT/Apps
Active learning implies an
active role of the learner in the process of achieving new knowledge or skills
and is associated with the term learning by doing. Pupils who actively engage with the material are more likely to recall information later and to be able to use that information in different contexts (Bruner 1961), (Piaget 1970)
Active learning requires
carefully constructed activities
that challenge the learners to perform the tasks the instructor has in mind. It can be done in many forms, like problem-based learning, project based learning, discovery learning, inquiry-based learning, simulations, games, writing papers, debating ...
... All forms are based upon
learning by doing
and learners are engaged in their own learning. To develop skills and competences learners must thoroughly
on their actions. And last, but not least active learning is often done
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The use of ICT in the development of literacy & numeracy
Who are we?
Digital immigrants ...
Who are the pupils we teach?
Digital natives ...
"Did you get my e-mail?"
Bringing people physically to a computer to show an interesting website?
"where's the manual?"
when we get a new phone etc.
Learning is at the centre of the journey, not technology!
high speed connectivity
print out a document to edit?
Multimedia / WEB 2.0
Literacy & Numeracy for Learning & Life
... capacity to read, understand and critically appreciate various forms of communication including spoken language, printed text, broadcast media, and digital media.
The prevalence of ICT requires us to
ensure that all citizens are capable of full participation in this digital world.
Technology can provide the necessary tools for improving the teaching and learning process, opening new opportunities and avenues.
(OECD 2010, p.5)
Education has the role of preparing students for adult life ...
(OECD 2010, p.5)
Examples of good practice ...
... steps we could take
Why are you here?
(DES 2011, p.8)