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query re ICT essentials on person spec

Discussion in 'Jobseekers' started by iamthewalrus, May 12, 2011.

  1. ICT for teaching and learning I would take to mean how you use ICT in the 'exposition' element of your lesson, and activities you give children in which they use ICT to learn for themselves.
    Supporting learning opportunities I would take to mean how ICT is used as more of a recording tool, eg voice recording, video, digital photography etc.
    It all sounds a bit wooly to me, but that's my best guess!! Maybe your best bet is not to try and address them separately, but instead include the key ways in which you use ICT in your practice.
     

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