Wednesday, 18 February 2009

Integration of ICT into the classroom - What I couldn't do without!

I was invited to present 3 workshops at a mini- conference. When I asked them what they would like me to talk about they said 'ICT in the Senior School, ICT in the Middle School and ICT in the Junior School'. So I thought the best way to tackle this is to talk about 'What I couldn't do without' in my classroom teaching.
Below are the 3 different workshops. I have embedded the Scribd ones for those not blocked from it (because they look better in that format) and I have included the Slideshare example as well, to view full screen click on

ICT in the Junior School ICT in the Middle School ICT in the Senior School

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