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Curriculum Through

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Matthew Northall

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Curriculum Through
ICT

Module - 713
Matthew Northall
Room 1105
Ext: 2271
E-mail:
m.northall@ucb.ac.u
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Session 6
David Hunter
Room 1107
Ext: 2287
E-mail:
d.hunter@ucb.ac.uk
Thought for the day!
When you see something that is
technically sweet, you go ahead and
do it and you argue about what to do
about it only after you have had your
technical success.

That is the way it was with the atomic
bomb.

J. Robert Oppenheimer

Puzzle for the day!
A body is discovered in a park in Chicago in the middle of summer. It has a fractured skull and many other broken bones, but the cause of death was hypothermia.

Aims and Objectives
To engage in research and identify at least three piece of ICT which might be used to support and enhance learning experiences in mathematics and/or science for an age group of your choice.



To develop an online community of inquiry by posting responses to activities on the 'Week 4 Discussion Boards.'
Activity One
Identify at least three different ICT resources which can be used to to support mathematics and science for an age range of your choice.

Experience the resources and produce a systematic review of these resources using the online pro-forma.

Activity 2
Develop a brief presentation (of no more than five slides) summarising your findings.

Post these presentations to the discussion boards.
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