1st Edition

Primary ICT for Teaching Assistants

By John Galloway Copyright 2007
    104 Pages
    by David Fulton Publishers

    With the focus on enhancing the ICT competence of the pupils whom you support, this book:

    • shows how you can support students within the ICT programme of study - even if you’re not a confident ICT user yourself
    • tackles tricky issues such as assessment and progression
    • suggests activities for developing skills, familiarity and understanding
    • provides ideas and advice for effective use of ICT in other subjects
    • shows how ICT can be a really effective tool for inclusion.

    This can be used as a companion to ‘ICT for Teaching Assistants’

    What Do We Mean by ICT?  Supporting Children who are "Finding Things Out".  Helping Pupils "Developing Ideas".  How We Can "Make Things Happen" in the Classroom.  What is "Exchanging and Sharing Information?".  Supporting Pupils "Reviewing, Modifying and Evaluating Work".  What is the "Breadth of Study"?   Assessing ICT – How Do We Know What They have Learnt?  ICT and Literacy.  ICT and Numeracy.  Using ICT Across the Curriculum.  ICT as a Tool for Inclusion.  References.  Glossary


    John Galloway