Integrating ICT into the Australian Curriculum
- You should be able to use a PC at a beginner level
- Some paid application software may be required to complete this course
- Course is based on an Apple desktop computer and an iPad
This course invites students to learn how to use various ICT tools such as iMovie, GarageBand, Microsoft Word and learning management systems. The purpose of this course is to assist Australian teachers, both Primary and Secondary, to link technology in their core subject area. Technology is increasingly becoming a vital skills for majority of workplaces. Students need to learn technology, therefore, as teachers, we need to support our students in their learning.
Who this course is for:
- Primary and Secondary school teachers
- Anyone who would like to learn media applications/ apps
- 00:49Applying social and ethical protocols and practices when using ICT
- 00:49Investigating with ICT
- 00:38Creating with ICT
- 00:21Communicating with ICT
- 00:40Managing and operating ICT
- 6 questionsICT Capabilities
Eden Carey is a Media teacher at Servite College, Tuart Hill, Western Australia. Eden successfully integrates Information Communication Technology into the classroom through the use of the iPad, Apple TV and the interactive whiteboard. She believes ICT resources help provide additional support in the classroom, adding engagement and enjoyment of the subject. In 2015, Eden completed her Masters in Education, Curriculum at Notre Dame University and is currently studying Mental Health Counselling at the University of Southern Queensland. The knowledge learned from completing her Masters and Mental Health Counselling assists her in further developing the relationship between teaching subject content, the ICT capabilities and catering for individual student needs.
In her spare time, Eden lectures at Notre Dame University on Transforming Learning through ICT and has presented workshops on online ICT tools and iPad apps through Catholic Education of Western Australia, Educational Computing Association of Western Australia and at the Adobe Summit in Sydney, Australia.