There is still great uncertainty in the teaching profession regarding the effective delivery of ICT. This introductory book provides both trainee and practising teachers with a clear understanding of the ICT National Curriculum and how to teach it.
Combining extensive practical advice with a critical discussion of the key theoretical issues, the book will help teachers develop their pupil's true ICT capability through clear explanations of the Programmes of Study, full guidance on using QCA Scheme of Work, different and creative ideas for delivering the ICT National Curriculum, and the confidence and ability to go beyond the QCA Sceme of Work for ICT.
Table of Contents
The nature and purpose of the ICT curriculum; The nature of ICT capability; Progression in ""Exchanging and sharing information""; Progression in ""Finding things out""; Progression in ""Making things happen""; Progression in ""Developing ideas""; Medium term planning and the QCA Schemes of Work; What, when, how and why: Teaching ICT; Exchanging and sharing information: An alternative scheme of work; Assessing ICT Capability