The new edition of Teaching and Learning with ICT in the Primary School introduces practising and student teachers to the range of ways in which ICT can be used to support and extend teaching and learning opportunities in their classrooms.
Fully updated and expanded with brand new chapters reflecting the abundant changes in the field since the first edition was published, it offers practical guidance underpinned by the latest research and teaching in the field. It is illustrated throughout with case studies and examples together with a glossary explaining key terms. It focuses on how technology-based practices can support the teaching of individual subjects, as well as a range of teaching and learning styles. Key topics covered include:
- Support reading and writing with ICT
- Enhancing mathematics with technology
- ICT in the foundation subjects
- Computer programming
- Creativity and ICT
- ICT and sustainability
- Linking home and school
- Digital technologies for special educational needs
- Mobile technologies
- Gaming and virtual worlds
Written for all training primary teachers, as well as more experienced teachers and ICT co-ordinators looking for guidance on the latest innovative practice,Teaching and Learning with ICT in the Primary School, 2nd edition offers advice and ideas for creative, engaging and successful teaching and learning.
Table of Contents
- Learning in the Digital Age: developing critical, creative and collaborative skills, Marian Henry
- Digital Story Telling, Helen Boulton
- Blogging to Support Digital Literacy in Schools and Universities, Helen Caldwell and Gareth Honeyford
- Being Creative with Technology: using ICT to enhance the teaching of literacy and numeracy, David Morris, Gurmit Uppal and Daniel Ayres
- Visual Literacy for all Teachers and Learners: essential knowledge and skills to create, use and assess concept maps and graphic organizers, Jeff Beaudry
- Delivering the Mathematics Curriculum through Technology-Enhanced Learning, Andrea Holloway
- E-Learning and Mathematics: a blended learning approach, Michael James Malone and John O’Shea
- Using Technology in Primary Science, Paul Hopkins
- ICT in Modern Foreign Language Teaching, Monika Pazio
- Nurturing the Developing Musician Through the Use of Technology, Jon Audain
- Teachers and pupils Incorporated: developing a co-constructed classroom, Gina Blackberry and Deb Woods
- Education in an Interconnected Global Space, Sharon Tonner
- Special Education Needs and Technology, Christina Keugel
- Games and Learning: using multi-play digital games and online virtual worlds, Nic Crowe and Sara Flynn
- Mobile Technologies and Authentic Learning in the Primary Classroom, Kevin Burden and Damian Maher
- WEB 2.0 and Classrooms, Mary Peace
- Computer Programming in the Primary School: an introduction, Rory McGann and Aisling Leavy
- ICT and Assessment, Gary Beauchamp
- Developing E-Safety in the Primary School, Tim Pinto and Sarah Younie
- ICT in the Early Years: do young children need access to computers as much as they need to play with sand and water?, Christina Preston and Marion Scott Baker
Sarah Younie is MA Programme Leader and Principal Lecturer in Education Studies at De Montfort University, UK.
Marilyn Leask is Professor of Educational Knowledge Management at the University of Bedfordshire, UK.
Kevin Burden is Course Leader for the Advanced Certificate in Sustained Professional Development at the University of Hull, UK.