Monthly Archives: September 2013

Digital citizenship

Brigidsweeney discusses digital citizenship on her blog with reference to Ribble, M. (2013). and the need to teach children to be responsible citizens in using digital technologies. New South Wales Department Education and Communities website raising good digital citizens  provides an A-Z … Continue reading

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Ipad apps to enhance children’s learning

The iPads for Learning Trial reinforces that quality of teaching, combined with purposeful and effective use of ICT contributes to improved learning.
 Ipads for learning trial 2011 provides a list of reasons to support the use of ipads in classrooms, not … Continue reading

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how to use ipads in the classrooms

Since commencing EDC3100 I am continuously searching for ways to integrate ICT’s into my 3-4 year olds classroom.  This week we explored shadows using digital imagery and an overhead projector, it was so cool.   We have recently introduced an … Continue reading

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Widgets

In exploring the smart notebook 11 I have accidentally discovered how to add widgets to my blog.  I have wanted to add what i was calling ‘links’ for blogs I follow but had not as yet done so.  In the … Continue reading

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Alphabet picture sorting

During my prac placement for EDC3100 I will be working with children in the foundation year.  The school in which I will be attending uses smart boards.  I have downloaded smart notebook 11 and I will continue to have a … Continue reading

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Connect.ed

Shireen Chang provided an interesting read on her post in regards to the lingo used in cyberspace.  I really enjoyed reading this post as when visiting the site I followed the links to resources & lesson plans.  Furthermore after reading Shireen … Continue reading

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Connect.ed

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