Presentation on theme: "PGCE 2013/14. Two lectures: Introduction to Primary Computing and ICT Introduction to e-safety Three practical workshops: Enhancing the wider curriculum."— Presentation transcript:
Two lectures: Introduction to Primary Computing and ICT Introduction to e-safety Three practical workshops: Enhancing the wider curriculum with technology (TEL) Interactive whiteboards and visualisers Progression in control technology and programming (Computing) Self-study units Let’s take a look on Moodle…
Current curriculum – ICT – What have you seen in schools? 2014 curriculum – computing – What will this include and why?
ICT within the current National Curriculum ‘ICT prepares pupils to participate in a rapidly changing world in which work and other activities are increasingly transformed by access to varied and developing technology.’ p96 The NC sets out what pupils should be taught in each Key Stage.
Level 1: Pupils explore information from various sources, showing they know that information exists in different forms. They use ICT to work with text, images and sound to help them share their ideas. They recognise that many everyday devices respond to signals and instructions. They make choices when using such devices to produce different outcomes. They talk about their use of ICT.
4 NC areas of ICT… Knowledge, skills and understanding: 1.Finding things out. 2.Developing ideas and making things happen. 3.Exchanging and sharing information. 4.Reviewing, modifying and evaluating work as it progresses.
Foundation Stage ICT : Based around experience of a world that has ICT as an integrated part. Role play should include opportunities for children to use ICT items in a variety of contexts. Children should have opportunities to interact with computers and become familiar with them in simple ways.
Moving on… Key Stage 1 ICT: Explore and learn to use ICT confidently. Achieve specific outcomes. Start to use ICT to develop ideas, to record creative work. Develop familiarity with hardware and software.
Moving on… Key Stage 2 ICT: Use a range of ICT tools to support work in other subjects. Develop research skills for choosing information. Begin to question the quality and plausibility of information. Amend and present work to suit different audiences.
ICT curriculum is disapplied until 2014 Schools may choose to continue with existing schemes of work – broad and focused on application of a range of commonly accessible technology Very little ICT taught as a subject in schools in 2012/13…
2 curricula: ICT until 2014. 2014- Computing You are unlikely to see ICT the subject unless it is computing as a lesson – cross curricula use of ICT (technology enhanced learning) You will need to visit the Moodle page for readings and resources Remember Corporal Jones…