CLEM is an acronym representing a possible focus for developing knowledge about how to use an ICT to amplify and transform student learning.
A community of people who develop useful knowledge and resources about how to use the specific ICT’s for teaching and learning.
Some ICTs have been the focus of research on their use in teaching and learning. This research may provide information into what it’s use both good and bad in pedagogical practice.
Sometimes, it is easier to learn about a new ICT through engaging with examples of its implementation in the focus area. This can provide good inspiration for future learning experiences.
Teachers must understand the model including words, concepts and components used to describe it. This is where a conceptual model of the ICT will come in handy.
To read more about the CLEM acronym in action, visit Courtney‘s page as she discusses the acronym with reference to Interactive whiteboards