Knowledge and Communication Technologies
In this course students will explore the ways in which new technologies can be used to support and extend student learning. Through project-based tasks students will develop the capacity and confidence to employ digital devices and software applications to construct and communicate new knowledge in and beyond the classroom. Attention will also be given to the social impact of technology; frameworks for thinking about the pedagogical use of new technologies; digital, visual and media literacy; and information literacy processes.
Not currently available.
This Course was last offered in Semester 2 - 2016.
On successful completion of the course students will be able to:
1. Relate relevant pedagogical frameworks and curriculum models to classroom use of new technologies.
2. Use technology as a tool to facilitate quality teaching and learning.
3. Construct and communicate new knowledge using digital devices and software applications.
4. Display an understanding of critical, digital, visual, media, and information literacy.
5. Demonstrate a capacity to work collaboratively on a project-based learning task.
6. Explain the social impact of new technologies.
- Frameworks for the pedagogical use of new technologies.
- The role of technology in knowledge construction and communication.
- Digital, visual and media literacy concepts and principles.
- The information literacy process.
- The design process and project-based learning of new technologies.
- Evaluation of new technologies and their social impact.
- Practical skill development with digital technologies.
This course is only available to students enrolled in the Master of Teaching (Secondary) (11715) program.
Presentation: Presentations - Individual
Proposal / Plan: Lesson Plan
Presentation: Presentations - Group