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Foundation: Information and Communications Technology
http://www.putlearningfirst.com/vs/itindex.html
Foundation: Information and Communications Technology
This IT course is designed for foundation level pupils to work through with minimum assistance.
There are 36 lessons including notes for teachers or parents showing the aims of the lessons and suggesting how the pupil can be helped.
No specific platform or software product is assumed and only generic software is referred to.
It is assumed that the pupil has basic knowledge of switching on the computer and launching an application, manipulating a mouse etc.
The lessons are offered in a traditional linear pattern with, at intervals, a project unit which enables practice of the recently learned skills to be put into a practical context. More skilled pupils may proceed quickly through lessons with which they are familiar and spend longer on putting their skills into practice in the project unit or extension work.
Aims...
1. To develop skills in communicating and handling information. - This will include use of a word processor, a graphics program, a desk top publishing program and an Internet browser.
2. To develop skills in controlling, measuring and modelling information. - This will include use of a spreadsheet and a data base.
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Gidz
http://www.gidz.net/
Welcome to www.Gidz.net, a site dedicated to providing a free-to-all site of ICT material for students, teachers and parents. Specialising in KS3, GCSE, AS and A2-Level, this site provides premier ICT notes, test questions, examples and teacher support
This site has been developed by teachers of ICT for students.
ICT | IT | National Curriculum | Key Stage 3 | GCSE | AS-Level | A-Level | Test Questions | Webring |
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SouthCentral RTEC (US)
http://www.southcentralrtec.org
This site helps teachers and professional development providers create student-centered learning environments supported by technology.
Our award-winning professional development portfolio, Active Learning with Technology, is available free for download.
Also free for download: TALON and online database of hyndreds of educational web resources and our research data.
IT | ICT | INSET | Professional Development | PD |
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Education Leader ICT Toolkit
http://www.nsba.org/sbot/toolkit/
This toolkit is a collection of tips and pointers, articles, case studies and other resources for education leaders addressing issues around technology and education.
| Why Change | Why Technology? |Planning Policy | Curriculum and Assessment | Community Involvement | Facility Planning | Funding | Professional and Leadership Development |
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KS3 ICT Online Course
http://www.3es.com/
The City Technology College, Kingshurst, have joined the Academy team, authoring multimedia resources that support the curriculum as well as developmental initiatives. Citizenship, KS3 Design Technology and IB History are some of the areas currently being developed, with a complete KS3 ICT package now in the production phase. As all authors are teachers at Kingshurst they have the dual benefit of being able to actively draw on the studentsí responses to new materials and work alongside professional multimedia developers who bring their ideas to life.
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Northern Grid for Learning
http://www.northerngrid.org
I have found this site one of the most useful for downloadable ICT documents
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ICT in Education
http://www.ictineducation.org/
General ICT Portal (UK focussed)
Reducing Admin | Managing ICT | Articles | Free Utilities | Links | Surveys | Site Updates | Current Developments in ICT in the UK | Book Reviews | Computers in Classrooms |
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Teach-ICT : Help for Secondary ICT Teachers
http://www.teach-ict.com/
Teach-ICT : Help for Secondary ICT Teachers
The KS3 Scheme is particular useful as each unit is split into sections on the DfEE Scheme of work, Sample Teaching Units, Starter & Plenary Activities, level descriptors.
Lots of links to GCSE and GCE A & AS materials ... including a number of past papers
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ICTeachers UK Website
http://icteachers.co.uk/default1.htm
ICTeachers offers a range of services to suit the needs of different interest groups.
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IT in Education Study
http://sitesm2.org/
The IEA began its first information Technology/Computer in Education Study (COMPED) in 1986. Data was collected in 1989 and again in 1992 from school principals, computer coordinators and teachers. Students were also surveyed and tested in 1992 (the sec ond stage). The study described and analyzed the situation with regard to the introduction and use of computers in education systems around the world.
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ICT Curriculum
http://www.brixton-connections.org.uk/it.html
Appropriate extracts from the UK National Curriculum Programmes of Study
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Edexcel A Level ICT Network
http://www.hook.ndirect.co.uk/network/
The network began with the launch of the pilot A/AS Level IT, and it continues to offer support to those involved in the pilot, as well as to everyone who is planning to follow the Curriculum 2000 specification.
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Problem solving with Information Technology
http://www.brixton-connections.org.uk/informatics.html
This document draws together the key components of the knowledge, skills and understanding required by children in Key Stages 1 and 2, together with preparatory work in the Nursery and Reception classes. This scheme concentrates on specific targets, which are likely to be achievable by either everyone or at least the vast majority of children in a particular year group. The targets are strictly limited in quantity and scope, and make use of a very narrow range of generic software. Each target can be met by teaching solutions to specific problems across the full range of curriculum subjects and activities.
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Teach-ICT : Help for Secondary ICT Teachers
http://www.teach-ict.com/
Teach-ICT : Help for Secondary ICT Teachers
The KS3 Scheme is particular useful as each unit is split into sections on the DfEE Scheme of work, Sample Teaching Units, Starter & Plenary Activities, level descriptors.
Lots of links to GCSE and GCE A & AS materials ... including a number of past papers
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IT in Education Study
http://sitesm2.org/
The IEA began its first information Technology/Computer in Education Study (COMPED) in 1986. Data was collected in 1989 and again in 1992 from school principals, computer coordinators and teachers. Students were also surveyed and tested in 1992 (the sec ond stage). The study described and analyzed the situation with regard to the introduction and use of computers in education systems around the world.
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ICTeachers UK Website
http://icteachers.co.uk/default1.htm
ICTeachers offers a range of services to suit the needs of different interest groups.
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ICT Curriculum
http://www.brixton-connections.org.uk/it.html
Appropriate extracts from the UK National Curriculum Programmes of Study
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Edexcel A Level ICT Network
http://www.hook.ndirect.co.uk/network/
The network began with the launch of the pilot A/AS Level IT, and it continues to offer support to those involved in the pilot, as well as to everyone who is planning to follow the Curriculum 2000 specification.
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Problem solving with Information Technology
http://www.brixton-connections.org.uk/informatics.html
This document draws together the key components of the knowledge, skills and understanding required by children in Key Stages 1 and 2, together with preparatory work in the Nursery and Reception classes. This scheme concentrates on specific targets, which are likely to be achievable by either everyone or at least the vast majority of children in a particular year group. The targets are strictly limited in quantity and scope, and make use of a very narrow range of generic software. Each target can be met by teaching solutions to specific problems across the full range of curriculum subjects and activities.
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Teach-ICT : Help for Secondary ICT Teachers
http://www.teach-ict.com/
Teach-ICT : Help for Secondary ICT Teachers
The KS3 Scheme is particular useful as each unit is split into sections on the DfEE Scheme of work, Sample Teaching Units, Starter & Plenary Activities, level descriptors.
Lots of links to GCSE and GCE A & AS materials ... including a number of past papers
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ICT in Education
http://www.ictineducation.org/
General ICT Portal (UK focussed)
Reducing Admin | Managing ICT | Articles | Free Utilities | Links | Surveys | Site Updates | Current Developments in ICT in the UK | Book Reviews | Computers in Classrooms |
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The Computer Museum
http://www.computerhistory.org/
Established in 1996, The Computer Museum History Center is a non-profit entity dedicated to the preservation and celebration of computing history. It is home to one of the largest collections of computing artifacts in the world, a collection comprising over 3,000 artifacts, 2,000 films and videotapes, 5,000 photographs, 2,000 linear feet of cataloged documentation and gigabytes of software.
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IT in Education Study
http://sitesm2.org/
The IEA began its first information Technology/Computer in Education Study (COMPED) in 1986. Data was collected in 1989 and again in 1992 from school principals, computer coordinators and teachers. Students were also surveyed and tested in 1992 (the sec ond stage). The study described and analyzed the situation with regard to the introduction and use of computers in education systems around the world.
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ICT Curriculum
http://www.brixton-connections.org.uk/it.html
Appropriate extracts from the UK National Curriculum Programmes of Study
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Edexcel A Level ICT Network
http://www.hook.ndirect.co.uk/network/
The network began with the launch of the pilot A/AS Level IT, and it continues to offer support to those involved in the pilot, as well as to everyone who is planning to follow the Curriculum 2000 specification.
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Problem solving with Information Technology
http://www.brixton-connections.org.uk/informatics.html
This document draws together the key components of the knowledge, skills and understanding required by children in Key Stages 1 and 2, together with preparatory work in the Nursery and Reception classes. This scheme concentrates on specific targets, which are likely to be achievable by either everyone or at least the vast majority of children in a particular year group. The targets are strictly limited in quantity and scope, and make use of a very narrow range of generic software. Each target can be met by teaching solutions to specific problems across the full range of curriculum subjects and activities.
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ICT in Education
http://www.ictineducation.org/
General ICT Portal (UK focussed)
Reducing Admin | Managing ICT | Articles | Free Utilities | Links | Surveys | Site Updates | Current Developments in ICT in the UK | Book Reviews | Computers in Classrooms |
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Webopedia
http://www.webopedia.com/
The only online dictionary and search engine you need for computer and Internet technology.
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Teach-ICT : Help for Secondary ICT Teachers
http://www.teach-ict.com/
Teach-ICT : Help for Secondary ICT Teachers
The KS3 Scheme is particular useful as each unit is split into sections on the DfEE Scheme of work, Sample Teaching Units, Starter & Plenary Activities, level descriptors.
Lots of links to GCSE and GCE A & AS materials ... including a number of past papers
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The Advisory Unit: Computers in Education
http://www.advisory-unit.org.uk/
An independent UK organisation offering IT services and educational software to schools
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ICTeachers UK Website
http://icteachers.co.uk/default1.htm
ICTeachers offers a range of services to suit the needs of different interest groups.
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IT in Education Study
http://sitesm2.org/
The IEA began its first information Technology/Computer in Education Study (COMPED) in 1986. Data was collected in 1989 and again in 1992 from school principals, computer coordinators and teachers. Students were also surveyed and tested in 1992 (the sec ond stage). The study described and analyzed the situation with regard to the introduction and use of computers in education systems around the world.
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Teach-ICT : Help for Secondary ICT Teachers
http://www.teach-ict.com/
Teach-ICT : Help for Secondary ICT Teachers
The KS3 Scheme is particular useful as each unit is split into sections on the DfEE Scheme of work, Sample Teaching Units, Starter & Plenary Activities, level descriptors.
Lots of links to GCSE and GCE A & AS materials ... including a number of past papers
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ICTeachers UK Website
http://icteachers.co.uk/default1.htm
ICTeachers offers a range of services to suit the needs of different interest groups.
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IT in Education Study
http://sitesm2.org/
The IEA began its first information Technology/Computer in Education Study (COMPED) in 1986. Data was collected in 1989 and again in 1992 from school principals, computer coordinators and teachers. Students were also surveyed and tested in 1992 (the sec ond stage). The study described and analyzed the situation with regard to the introduction and use of computers in education systems around the world.
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ICT Curriculum
http://www.brixton-connections.org.uk/it.html
Appropriate extracts from the UK National Curriculum Programmes of Study
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Problem solving with Information Technology
http://www.brixton-connections.org.uk/informatics.html
This document draws together the key components of the knowledge, skills and understanding required by children in Key Stages 1 and 2, together with preparatory work in the Nursery and Reception classes. This scheme concentrates on specific targets, which are likely to be achievable by either everyone or at least the vast majority of children in a particular year group. The targets are strictly limited in quantity and scope, and make use of a very narrow range of generic software. Each target can be met by teaching solutions to specific problems across the full range of curriculum subjects and activities.
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Edexcel A Level ICT Network
http://www.hook.ndirect.co.uk/network/
The network began with the launch of the pilot A/AS Level IT, and it continues to offer support to those involved in the pilot, as well as to everyone who is planning to follow the Curriculum 2000 specification.
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