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ICT Ass 1 Part 2

Tags: ICT, teaching context, students' characteristics, pedagogy framework, reasons, examples, why, what

Jia Lerk Koh

on 31 March 2013

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Transcript of ICT Ass 1 Part 2

Presented by Jia Lerk Koh from EDC3100 Stickers Scraps Other Materials pssstt...
you can crop these! Or you can insert your own objects! (right click on any object to "Add My Collection," for use in other prezis.) Total: 15 children ICT resources available:
CD player
digital camera
computers and mouses
educational software and programs Reason 1 Mandarin as language medium at the centre as well as majority of the children's first language. From my view as a preservice teacher:
Children can learn best through play-based approach with the assistance of technology as I believe
play certainly will develop children's all areas of learning (Van Hoorn et al., 2007) and
the power of ICTs integration into curriculum. Children's learning is supported by:
Malaysian Curriculum (NSPC) and
Australian Curriculum (ACARA).
Intro- play song of '10 Little
Indian Boys' using CD player
Body- in pairs, play Tic-Tac-Toe
using paper and pencil
Conclusion- in pairs, play Number
Trains (Education Services Australia Ltd., 2010) using computer through internet accessed What to teach? ESL children: 1 Malay and 14 Chinese
Special needs: 1 Chinese girl with
Autism In the 5 years old class... Majority of the children:
are talkactive
have shorter attention span
love to move around in the classroom Activity 1 Numeracy: Whole Numbers What to teach?
Intro- verbally citing numbers as revision of number before and after
Body- in large group, children arrange the large number puzzle mat on the floor
collaboratively in sequence while the teacher uses digital camera to record the learning process
Conclusion- play back the video and teacher verbally evaluate children's
performance Activity 2 Why do integration of ICTs? Reason 2 Social constructivism (Kim, 2001) has been adopted into the learning episode when the children are required to play Tic-Tac-Toe with their neighbor.
Using digital camera as assessment tool for documentation of the children. This is effective used especially during Physical Education, teacher observes and verbally evaluates during video plays back their physical performance (Juniu et al., 2012). ICT plays the role as learning tool as it motivates and supports children in learning (Kalaš, 2010). Children’s learning is being activated because accessing technology is having more fun! Thereby it can attract the children’s attention which enable children’s learning occurs. Through accessing online educational program, children’s concept and understanding of the subject area has been reinforced.
Bauer, W. I., Harris, J & Hofer, M. (June, 2012). Music learning activity types. Retrieved March 23, 2013, from
Education Services Australia Ltd. (2010). Number trains. Retrieved March 22, 2013, from
Juniu, S., Hofer, M. & Harris, J. (February, 2012). Physical education learning activity types. Retrieved March 23, 2013, from
Kalaš, I. (2010). Recognizing the potential of ICT in early childhood education. Retrieved March 23, 2013, from
http://iite.unesco.org/pics/publications/en/files/3214673.pdfKim, B. (2001). Social constructivism. In Orey, M. (Ed.), Emerging perspectives on learning, teaching, and technology. University of Georgia: Association for Educational Communications and Technology. Retrieved March 23, from http://projects.coe.uga.edu/epltt/index.php?title=Social_Constructivism
Postman, N. (March 28, 1998). Five things we need to know about technological change. Retrieved March 16, 2013, from
Van Hoorn, J., Nourot, P., Scales, B., & Alward, K. (2007). Play at the centre of the curriculum (4th ed.). Upper Saddle River, N.J: Merrill. References Reason 3
Use CD player as teaching tool during the introduction of lesson does help teacher to allow children do revision through integration of music. In this part, children who are music intelligent learners have been catered (Bauer at al., 2012). Conclusion
In my opinion, young children could have the chances to access technology because the trend is happening in our real life situation. Just that, how the children access ICT tool is more depending on the teacher who plays the authoritative role in classroom. Thus, we as the preservice educator should have the awareness of technological changes just like what Postman (1998) has pointed out in his article ‘Five Things We Need To Know About Technogical Change’, in order to negotiate the exposure of ICTs to children. By appropriate integrating ICT into play-based curriculum, the children will be provided an authentic childhood in relations for a whole development. JL's Online Artefact Background music credits to

from YouTube. relaxdaily
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