ICT in primary education
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5 Tips For Assessing What Students Know - Articles - Educational Technology - ICT in Education

5 Tips For Assessing What Students Know - Articles - Educational Technology - ICT in Education | ICT in primary education | Scoop.it

The Educational Technology - ICT in Education website is aimed at teachers, users, leaders and managers of educational ICT. Published by Terry Freedman, a UK-based independent educational consultant.


Via Ana Cristina Pratas
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Assessment the dreaded word.

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Edwin A. Londoño A.'s curator insight, March 30, 2014 5:58 PM

Assessment is important and even more if it goes farther from traditional evaluation.

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ICT in the classroom

A university assignment, that looks at the use of ICT in the modern classroom and makes comparisons with the past and the future.
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ICT when I was growing up would have made me reach the sky. Today it allows children to reach their potential and gives them choices for their future. We just had the blackboard!

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Naace ICT Impact Awards - Educational Technology - ICT in Education

Naace ICT Impact Awards - Educational Technology - ICT in Education | ICT in primary education | Scoop.it
The Educational Technology - ICT in Education website is aimed at teachers, users, leaders and managers of educational ICT. Published by Terry Freedman, a UK-based independent educational consultant.

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Useful site

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Importance of ICT in education

about morden education.
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This shows how ICT impacts children from all ages and is essential in today's curriculum. Children use technology today from such a young age and we need to utilise that knowledge to extend them within the classroom.

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