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Computers, thinking and learning [electronic resource] : inspiring students with technology / David Nettelbeck.

By: Nettelbeck, David.
Material type: TextTextPublisher: Camberwell, Victoria : ACER Press, 2005Description: 1 online resource.ISBN: 1417588640 (electronic bk.); 9781417588640 (electronic bk.).Subject(s): Education -- Data processing | Computer literacy | Computers -- Study and teaching (Secondary) | Information technology -- Study and teaching (Secondary) | Thought and thinking -- Study and teaching (Secondary) | Learning -- Study and teaching (Secondary) | COMPUTERS -- Educational SoftwareGenre/Form: Electronic books.DDC classification: 371.334 Online resources: EBSCOhost
Contents:
Preliminaries; Foreword; Contents; 1 Management initiatives; 2 The new paradigm for literacy; 3 Concept mapping; 4 Annotation; 5 Oral language; 6 Online discussion; 7 Hypertext; 8 Visual literacies; 9 Critical use of the World Wide Web; 10 Responding to student work; 11 Whole brain learning, whole brain assessment; Final reflections; Index.
Summary: Computers, Thinking and Learning provides teachers with successful strategies forimplementing the full potential of ICT in middle and upper school humanities classrooms. It is a practical and innovative resource that has the authentic voice of a teacher. Each chapter in Computers, Thinking and Learning is divided into three parts:(1) the learning and thinking context; (2) classroom strategies; (3) wider applications and suggested activities. Chapter topics encourage greater student involvem.
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Computers, Thinking and Learning provides teachers with successful strategies forimplementing the full potential of ICT in middle and upper school humanities classrooms. It is a practical and innovative resource that has the authentic voice of a teacher. Each chapter in Computers, Thinking and Learning is divided into three parts:(1) the learning and thinking context; (2) classroom strategies; (3) wider applications and suggested activities. Chapter topics encourage greater student involvem.

Preliminaries; Foreword; Contents; 1 Management initiatives; 2 The new paradigm for literacy; 3 Concept mapping; 4 Annotation; 5 Oral language; 6 Online discussion; 7 Hypertext; 8 Visual literacies; 9 Critical use of the World Wide Web; 10 Responding to student work; 11 Whole brain learning, whole brain assessment; Final reflections; Index.

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