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ICT across the curriculum

Ref:
0171-2004
Audience:
Deputy headteacher, Head of school department, Headteacher, Subject leader, Teacher
Function:
Continuing professional development (CPD), Cross curricular, Guidance, Training, Training materials, Using ICT in teaching
Format:
Case study, CD/DVD, Pack, Training guide

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The training pack for ICT across the curriculum (ICTAC) forms part of the Secondary National Strategy's support for whole-school improvement. It should be used flexibly to suit local circumstances and, if you have chosen ICT across the curriculum as your whole-school priority, will be supported by your local Key Stage 3 lead consultant for ICTAC.

The ICT across the curriculum (ICTAC) pack is a set of materials designed to promote the use of ICT across all subjects in schools. It builds on the work of the Secondary National Strategy ICT strand and the ICT capability that pupils are bringing to their subject lessons from their ICT lessons. It also considers the value that ICT can add to teaching and learning in subjects and the need for a whole-school approach to develop coherent and effective practice across the curriculum. The training pack comprises:

  1. A management guide
  2. A series of ICT in ... printed guides (one per subject)
  3. Exemplification materials on the subject-specific CD-ROMs
  4. Case study video on the subject-specific CD-ROMs
  5. Subject-specific A2 colour posters describing use of ICT capability (two per subject).

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