ICT capabilities- Australian Curriculum

25 Mar

ICT capabilities- Australian Curriculum

The Australian Curriculum has a number of capabilities that students should be proficient in by the end of their years. This is a very interesting read, and really helped me to make sense of the importance of integration when it comes to ICT. It is not enough anymore to just have an ICT lesson once a week. ICT is in ever facet of our students lives, so it is important that they are able to appropriately and effectively use ICT’s for their benefit for current and future learnings, as well as becoming effective members of our society. Just like we need to learn to drive a car, and learn the rules of the road, so too, do students need to explicitly learn the ins and outs of ICT’s in our world. Will definitely be referring to this in my next assignment, as well as when I am a practicing teacher! 


One Response to “ICT capabilities- Australian Curriculum”


  1. Planning learning experiences for meaningful application | Lifelong Learning - April 7, 2013

    […] conclusion, I will end with some wisdom from a fellow student Lauren on the same learning journey as myself, who suggests that as ICTs are an integral facet in the […]

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