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ICT Capability

The Australian Curriculum
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Michael Cini

on 6 August 2013

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The Australian Curriculum
The ICT Capability
ICT CAPABILITY
ICT CAPABILITY
21st Century DNA
This element involves students in using ICT to communicate and share ideas and information to collaboratively construct knowledge and digital solutions. Students develop an understanding of the context when communicating using ICT, including a sense of the audience, the form of communication, the techniques used and the characteristics of the users and the technologies.
The purpose of today's session:
to begin exploring ICT capability in the context of the Australian Curriculum
to examine the continua of skills, knowledge, behaviour and dispositions that students demonstrate when developing and acting with ICT capability.
"People today may be literate by the standards of the 20th Century, but won't be literate by the standards of our society today. We need to move to 21st century literacies and fluencies,"
Greg Whitby (2007) "Pedagogical DNA for the 21st Century"
21st Century Fluencies
A Magazine is an iPad that Doesn't Work
The General Capabilities
...a set of knowledge, skills, behaviours and dispositions that, together with the content in each learning area and cross-curriculum priorities will assist students to live and work successfully in the 21st Century.
The General Capabilities
Students develop knowledge, skills and dispositions around ICT and its use, and the ability to transfer these across environments and applications.

They learn to use ICT with confidence, care and consideration, understanding its possibilities, limitations and impacts on individuals, groups and communities.
The ICT Capability
The ICT Capability
ICT CAPABILITY
ICT CAPABILITY
Applying social & ethical
protocols & practices when using ICT
Managing & operating ICT
Learning Continuum
ICT CAPABILITY
GOAL 2:
All young Australians become...

active and informed citizens

...who act with moral and ethical integrity; are responsible global and local citizens.
GOAL 2:
All young Australians become...

confident and creative individuals

...who focus on well being, respect for others, healthy and satisfying lives, form and maintain healthy relationships, accept responsibility for their own actions.
GOAL 2:
All young Australians become...

successful learners

...who are creative and productive users of ICT, as a foundation for success in all learning areas.
This element involves students in developing an understanding of intellectual property for digital information, and applying appropriate practices to recognise the intellectual property of themselves and others. Students use appropriate practices for the physical and logical storage and security of digital information, and apply appropriate protocols when using ICT to safely create, communicate or share information. They gain an understanding of the benefits and consequences of the use of ICT by individuals, groups and communities and the impact of the use of ICT on the fabric of society.


select and use hardware and software
understand ICT systems
manage digital data.
Managing & operating ICT
This element involves students applying technical knowledge and skills to select, use and troubleshoot appropriate digital technologies when investigating, creating and communicating. Students develop an understanding of hardware and software components, and operations of appropriate ICT systems, including their functions, processes, procedures and devices. They apply technical knowledge and skills to efficiently and securely manage and maintain digital data.
Learning Continuum
Applying Social and Ethical Protocols and Practices when using ICT
Learning Continuum
Creating with ICT
Learning Continuum
Communicating with ICT
Learning Continuum
Investigating with ICT
Solution
This element involves students in using ICT to generate ideas, plans and processes that clarify a task or steps in order to respond to questions, realise creative intentions and create solutions to challenges and tasks. Students use ICT to generate and manage digital solutions to challenges arising from learning activities or responding to a need or creative intention.
Communicating with ICT
Web 2.0 Tools
Communicating with ICT
Web 2.0 Tools
Investigating with ICT
Investigating with ICT
Web 2.0 Tools
Web 2.0 Tools
Lee Crockett (2012) 21st Century Fluencies in the Digital Age.
A Model of Contemporary Learning
The Voice of the Active Learner
The Future Starts Now
Creating with ICT
Investigating with ICT
www.padlet.com
www.popplet.com

generate ideas, plans and processes
generate solutions to challenges and learning area tasks.


recognise intellectual property
apply digital information security practices
apply personal security protocols
identify the impacts of ICT in society.
In developing and acting with ICT capability, students:
In developing and acting with ICT capability, students:
Creating with ICT
In developing and acting with ICT capability, students:
In developing and acting with ICT capability, students:

collaborate, share and exchange
understand computer mediated communications.
This element involves students in using ICT to define and plan information searches of a range of primary and secondary sources when investigating questions, topics or problems. Students use ICT to locate, access, generate, organise and/or analyse data and information and apply criteria to verify the integrity and value of the digital data, information and sources.
In developing and acting with ICT capability, students:
define and plan information searches
locate, generate and access data and information
select and evaluate data and information.
Online Literacies
(Being online) ...requires a set of skills: social intuition, inventive self-presentation, speedy and clever writing, discretion, intricate etiquette and self expression," Heffernan, V. (2008) My Wired Youth. The New York Times Magazine
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