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ATL skills for teaching and learning via ICT

For each ATL skill area, please holistically self-assess your skills in the Teacher Learning Area. Level 4 3 2 1 Descriptor I can do all of the skills in this area confidently. I can do most of the skills in this area confidently. I can do some of the skills in this area confidently. I can do few of the skills in this area confidently.

Gray = An ATL skill, but not an ICT skill Blue = Indicate your self-assessment of the ENTIRE skill area

ATL skills for teaching and learning via ICT


ATL skill area (from MYP: Principles into Practice) Organization Teacher Learning Area Self-Assessment Level (1-4 for entire skill area)

Outlook Calendar: colour-coding, appointments, and meeting requests I can use Categories in Outlook Calendar to organise my appointments I can make an Appointment in Outlook Calendar I can send a Meeting Request to a group of people Outlook Task Manager: To-Do lists, deadlines and reminders I can use Outlook Task Manager to create a to-do list I can use Outlook Task Manager to manage deadlines and reminders OneNote: keeping organized notes and ideas I can set up a Notebook with separate coloured sections I can add Pages and Subpages to my Notebook I can move pages within and across Notebooks I can link Pages within Notebooks I can add Outlook items to my OneNote (tasks, emails, calendar items) Notebooks Back-Up solutions (SkyDrive, LiveMesh, DropBox, and hard drive) I can backup to USB or external hard drive I can backup to LiveMesh Atlas Rubicon as a curriculum system I can log on to Atlas and access unit plans for my courses I can add learning outcomes to unit plans in the Develop tab using the Add New function I can add resources to unit plans in the Develop tab I can access other units plans for courses that I dont teach Web browser bookmarking, saving, and sharing

ATL skills for teaching and learning via ICT


I I I I can can can can save a website to my favorites/bookmarks create folders for my favorites/bookmarks create a favorites/bookmark toolbar share a bookmark (by email or other web 2.0 tool)

ATL skill area (from MYP: Principles into Practice) Collaboration Communication

Teacher Learning Area

Self-Assessment Level

Goal setting with mentor and HOD OneNote: drafting, note-taking, generating ideas I can add an email, a document, a webpage, an image, to my OneNote I can add a screen clipping to my OneNote I can format text within OneNote RSS Feeds to stay informed I can add an RSS feed to my Outlook or other reader Email: etiquette and protocol, filtering, categorizing, and contact groups I know how to insert a hyperlink in an email I can use BCC in an email to a large group to protect privacy when necessary I know how to send an email to an AIS email group I can create my own email group IWB / ActiveInspire / Powerpoint for basic presentations I can calibrate an IWB

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ATL skills for teaching and learning via ICT


I can use an IWB to preserve my notes I can use Active Inspire to present interactive resources I can import a PowerPoint file into Active Inspire

ATL skills for teaching and learning via ICT


ATL skill area (from MYP: Principles into Practice) Information Literacy Teacher Learning Area Self-Assessment Level

Sharepoint use and management I can upload documents, files, and media to Sharepoint via the web interface I can add, delete, remove, and edit documents, files, and media via Windows Explorer (file manager) I know where to add documents, files, and media on Sharepoint where students can access them I know where to add documents, files, and media on Sharepoint where students can edit them Synergetic use I can access student files for my classes I can send email to parents of students in my classes Email: filtering, categorizing, saving I can use Categories to organise my email communications I can create email Folders within my Outlook client I can move and copy emails from one Folder to another I can create and apply Rules to automatically filter incoming email I can manually filter incoming email with attachments, by date, category, Sent From/To, and importance I can create and edit my email signature I can edit Outlooks AutoArchive settings Library I can access the Library Catalogue from my laptop at school I can log onto Sharepoint from home to access the Library Homepage

ATL skills for teaching and learning via ICT


I can search for resources using the Library Catalogue and identify the availability and location details I can locate the Library Libguides for periodicals, databases, and other resources I can access ClickView and Discovery Education Multimedia databases

ATL skill area (from MYP: Principles into Practice) Reflection

Teacher Learning Area

Self-Assessment Level

TDP process with ICT mentors and HODS Self-evaluation via rubric and discussion Keeping evidence to support TDP goals Evaluation and feedback re: TDP process and goals Active participation in TIGs Outlining TDP goals and process Transfer of ICT learning to TDPs and TIGs

N/A

Thinking Transfer

N/A N/A