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Saturday, January 26 • 9:00am - 10:00am
What's Wrong with the ICT Curriculum? Working Approaches to Skills Based Assessment of Authentic Learning

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In the UK at least there is a crisis. What might be some of the reactions to this and possible outcomes from it? Where might that leave ICT curriculum leaders? Answering these questions may point to how curricular may need to change and asks the bigger question of how an ICT curriculum stays relevant when technology is constantly changing?
What does it take to be ""good"" at technology?
How is this currently judged in many schools?
What is the validity of these assessment frameworks in the 21st Century?
Are there more useful approaches that are "future proofed"?

In this session attendees will examine approaches to structuring and assessing ICT skills in a secondary school context.

Understanding Digital Kids/Youth/Learners
Kids today are using digital technology constantly. How does this change the way they think and learn? What does it mean for educators?

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Mark Roper

Head of Technology, Island School


Saturday January 26, 2013 9:00am - 10:00am
SS106

Attendees (12)