This book provides a range of insights into pupils' learning relevant to the use of information and communications technology (ICT) in primary science. The contributors, who are all experts in their field, draw on practical and theoretical perspectives and: Provide specific examples of software and hardware use in the classroom Consider innovative and creative uses of technology for pupils engaged in science activity in the primary and early years Indicate future possibilities for the use of computer-based technologies Key themes running through the book include: setting the use of ICT in primary science within theoretical perspectives on learning and on pedagogy; the importance of using ICT in developing talking and listening opportunities in the science classroom; and the potential of learning through ICT enhanced science investigations. Contemporary issues such as inclusion, creativity and collaborative learning are also examined, making Teaching and Learning Primary Science with ICT essential reading for students in science education, and for teachers who want to use new technology to improve learning in their science classrooms.and practical science, 34a5 and presentation tools, 26 and science in the curriculum, 177a8 and scientific reasoning, 180a1, ... 43, 44 ready-prepared, 43 whole-screen blank spreadsheets, 43 STAR (Science Teaching Action Research ) Project, ... 173 creating learning objects, 169 and e-mail, 169a70 exploring, 163 a7, 172a3 following instructions to control risks, 172 hardware, 168a9 homepages, 169anbsp;...
|Title||:||Teaching and Learning Primary Science with Ict|
|Publisher||:||McGraw-Hill Education (UK) - 2006-08-01|