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ICT General Capability

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Paul Fuller

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Transcript of ICT General Capability

The ICT General Capability
Paul Fuller
Principal Consultant (Tablet Technology)
Department of Education
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The BIG Picture
Melbourne
Declaration
Australian
Curriculum

Schools?
What does this
mean for:

Students?
Seven General Capabilities
Eight Learning
Areas
Three Cross-Curriculum Priorities
English
Maths
Science
Humanities and Social Sciences
Health and Physical Education
Technologies
The Arts
Languages

Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander histories and cultures

Asia and Australia’s engagement with Asia
Sustainability
"Teachers are expected to teach and assess general capabilities to the extent that they are incorporated into each learning area".
Classroom Practice
A meaningful context
But what about the Technologies Learning Area?
The ICT General capability is to the Technologies learning area
as the literacy general capability is to the English learning area.
or as the numeracy general capability is to the Mathematics learning area.
ICT General Capability Learning Continuum
Year Six Literature
Teachers?
The TPACK Model
Koehler & Mishra, 2009
Mobility
Wi-Fi
Collaboration
Integration
Parent partnership
Change Management
You?
Strong emotions
Fear
Excitement
Confidence
Frustration
Pedagogy
Legitimate expectations
Schooling will be different.
Technology will be used.
I will create.
I will investigate.
I will use ICT to communicate.
Education will be more student-centred
A toolkit
Creating with ICT
Communicating with ICT
Investigating with ICT
Popplet
Applying social and ethical practices with ICT
Managing and operating ICT
Thank you
paul.fuller@education.wa.edu.au
Leader
Mentor
Advocate
Author
Cheerleader
Coach
Example
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