Über den Autor
Keith Turvey is Principal Lecturer in Education at the University of Brighton, School of Education. He teaches across a range of postgraduate and undergraduate courses, including in computing and ICT education. He previously worked as a primary school teacher, leaving a post as mathematics co-ordinator in 2003.
SECTION A: PRIMARY COMPUTING AND ICT: TEACHING AND LEARNING
Organising ICT in your classroom
Planning for primary computing as a subject
Planning for primary ICT in other subjects
Planning ICT in the Early Years Foundation Stage
Assessment and recording in primary computing and ICT
Monitoring primary computing and ICT
SECTION B: USING APPLICATIONS AND TECHNOLOGIES
Word processing and desktop publishing
Graphics software and digital cameras
Media production: Video, animation and ICT
Databases and spreadsheets
Programming and computational thinking
Digital audio and music
Social media: Tools for communicating, collaborating and publishing
SECTION C: ICT AND THE PROFESSIONAL TEACHER
Professional use of ICT
Ethical and legal issues
This popular text for primary trainees in teaching primary ICT has been updated in line with the new computing curriculum.
What do you need to know to teach ICT and computing in primary schools? How do you teach it?
This book provides practical guidance on how to teach ICT and the computing curriculum in primary schools alongside the necessary subject knowledge. It explores teaching and learning with applications and technologies, addressing the role of the professional teacher with regards to important issues such as e-safety. This Sixth Edition is updated in line with the new curriculum for computing. It includes new material on how to integrate programming and computational thinking and explores how to harness new tools such as blogging and social media to enrich learning and teaching. Written in an accessible way, it will help trainees to develop confidence in their own approach to teaching.
ICT and computing is both a subject and a powerful teaching and learning tool throughout the school curriculum and beyond, into many areas of children's learning lives. This text highlights the importance of supporting children to become discerning and creative users of technology as opposed to passive consumers.