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Levels of ICT Teacher Integration

Levels of ICT Teacher Integration

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This presentation describes the different levels of teacher integration of computers into the classroom,
This presentation describes the different levels of teacher integration of computers into the classroom,

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Published by: sharpjacqui on Feb 02, 2009
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12/13/2012

 
Levels of Teacher ICTIntegration
Jacqui Sharp 2009
Adapted from Cuban, L. (2001). Oversold and underused. Computers in the classroom. Harvard UniversityPress
 
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Desks are in rows pointed to the front of theroom.Junior Tables are scattered around in thecentre of the classroom leaving a large matarea.Very few or no small tables around thewalls of the room (if there is, it is for storage).Nothing is hanging down.
Very little is on the walls and if it is… it is not
presented well.Teacher stands at the front of the class,teacher desk is at front of the class.Computer is usually covered.
 
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Desks are in rows pointed to the front of the room.Junior Tables are scattered around in the centre of the classroom leaving a large mat area clear.Some small tables, cupboards, cubby holes areplaced around the walls of the room (if there is, it isfor storage).Some artwork is hanging down.
Some of the children’s work is on the walls and very
little of it is has been created with a computer, if ithas it is
‘Published Writing’.
Teacher stands at the front of the class and doessome moving around the desks, teacher desk atfront, maybe to the side of the room.Computer is uncovered and is used periodically forWordprocessing or Commercial Maths games.Children prefer to work alone.
Students may be using the internet occasionally for verybroad Internet searches but otherwise the teacher is notvery comfortable with them being on the Internet.

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