Learning to Teach Using ICT in the Secondary School: A Companion to School Experience

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Marilyn Leask, Norbert Pachler
Psychology Press, 2005 - 223 pages

How could you be using ICT in your classroom? Are you exploring what ICT can do for learners?
The need for student-teachers and teachers to be technologically aware and competent is vital. This book provides a starting point for exploring the possibilities that ICT offers to schools, teachers and pupils.
The book provides practical tried-and-tested examples and advice and guidance. It covers:

  • how to use ICT to support pupils' learning of concepts
  • classroom management
  • maximizing the achievement of individual pupils
  • using ICT to help with common learning problems
  • homework and classroom activities
  • record keeping and pupil tracking data.

If you need a guide to using ICT across the secondary curriculum, start with this book.

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About the author (2005)

Marilyn Leask is currently Head of ITT Effective Practices at the Teacher Training Agency. She has substantial experience as a teacher, lecturer and researcher in schools across sectors, in LEAs, as well as in ITT institutions.
Norbert Pachler is at the Institute of Education, University of London.

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