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The role of ICT in the PYP
Transcript of The role of ICT in the PYP
are Changing Good ICT practice Should be specific opportunites to investigate and carry out a purposeful inquiry create and innovate communicate and exchange information with varied audiences using a range of media and formats collaborate by actively participating
in creating and sharing knowledge organize and understand that ICT systems can be used in various ways increase/decrease emphasis Investigating is to carry out a purposeful inquiry or research to discover new information and create new understandings. Through investigation, learners critically evaluate a variety of sources, making connections and synthesising findings to apply knowledge to real-life contexts. Creating is a process through which learners are provided with an opportunity to be innovative. Learners construct meaning, apply critical thinking and original ideas to real world situations, and share knowledge through self-expression, problem posing and solving, and reflection. Communicating is the exchange of information with varied audiences using a range of media and formats. Effective communicators build cultural understanding, make informed choices when deciding on tools to articulate meaning, and provide relevant, significant feedback to others. Collaboration is the process through which learners validate and negotiate ideas and reach a deeper understanding through active participation in creating and sharing knowledge. Learners are empowered through digital mediums and environments to gain a wider perspective and global understanding. Organizing is the structure or arrangement of connected items. Learners understand that ICT systems can be used to inform, adapt, manage and problem-solve during their creative, communicative, collaborative and investigative processes. Learners make connections, transfer existing knowledge and independently explore new technologies. Being a responsible digital citizen involves making ethical and informed choices while acting with integrity and honesty when using ICT. In a globally connected digital world, learners are empowered to be responsible for their actions, to value others’ rights and to practice safe and legal behaviours. SAMR Examples of 6 Strands 6 strands in one unit Collaborate Communicate Create Investigate Organize Be Responsible
Digital Citizens Substitution Augmentation Modification Redefinition Text/Presentation Data Handling Graphics Integrated Technologies Research Take a moving/still image
Attach camera to computer to transfer images
Connect digital microscope to conputers to view images
Formatting of text Access internet to use bookmarks or links
Access information in a database Format spreadsheet
Create graphs and charts
Extract information from displayed data Create original illustrations using a graphics programme Integrated Technologies Take a still/moving image
Attach camera to computer to transfer images
Connect a digital microscope to computer to view images Integrated Technologies Follow a storyboard when filming squences
Record images with digital microscope, save and rename Text/Presentation Spell check
Cut copy and paste text
Tabs and bullets
Page orientation and margins
Slide layout and themes
Combining images, objects, audio and video Data Handling Graphics Research Use formulas to perform calculations
Use spreadsheet functions
Sort and organize data
Compare different graphical representations Capture imgages from various sources
Edit images using various software
Create 3D shapes Use keywords to find information
Evaluate websites for validity and quality
Include biographical information for all sources used Record audio
Save a sound file as an appropriate type Audio Use layers of sound to create music
Use loops Audio Graphics Create graphics with multiple layers
Integrate 3D objects into online environments Integrated Technologies Follow a storyboard using multiple takes and camera angles and edit into a single movie
Record video or time lapse with digital microscope, save and rename Presentation Producing animation to show information and ideas
Plan, film, edit and publish video
Use software to capture events onscreen
Webpage design Audio and Integrated Technologies Publish audio or movie to various public domains using appropriate file type Research Contribute to online collaboration such as threaded discussions, forums, bulletin boards, chat , wikis etc.
Use social networking software
Post to own blog and comment on peer blogs
Use a variety of Web 2.0 tools to collaborate with and communicate with the world outside school. Digital Storytelling 4 different ways How We Organise Ourselves http://storybird.com/books/cat-wants-love/ http://www.zimmertwins.com/node/1055970 http://voicethread.com/?#u1424621.b1462714.i7718815 Moving from A to M How the World Works http://prezi.com/ezsgsarpgesz/glaciers-by-camryn/ http://www.spicynodes.org/yournodes_view_nodes.html?nodemapNum=1 http://3nkids.blogspot.com/ Library - ResearchBritannica Online & Google Custom Search - primary and secondary key words - note taking- IT labs Images - copyright - citing sources - Wikimedia Commons Saving images to folders - different Web 2.0 tools - adding nodes and paths Making Presentations (mostly at home) Working together or alone - Prezi Meeting Presentation - peer assessing of oral presentations skills, teachers assessing knowledge and understanding The Role of ICT in the PYP