Teaching the National ICT Strategy at Key Stage 3
A Practical Guide
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First Published in 2005. This book gives guidance on implementing the National Strategy for ICT at KS3. The strategy present a very different way of teaching ICT in the early years secondary education. The teaching of ICT in the key stage needs to be radically revised to implement the new proposals, and this book will support teachers, student teachers and schools as they do. This book will: help teachers assess the development of students' ICT capability; explain the document for busy practioners and clarify what the strategy expects of them; offer practical suggestions on how to meet the needs of students.
Table of Contents
Introduction; Chapter 1 Year 7 units; Chapter 2 Year 8 units; Chapter 3 Year 9 case studies; units Units mapped to National Curriculum for ICT;
Clare Furlonger leads the middle years ICT specialist at Bath Spa University College. She has twelve years of teaching and managing ICT in secondary schools. Susan Haywood is a senior lecturer in ICT at the Bath Spa University College. Prior to working in higher education she worked in an LEA advisory service.