Learning by example

As I mentioned in my post about the CLEM acronym, a good way to develop our knowledge of ICT’s is to learn by example.

This is why the Australian curriculum provides links to Scootle resources which are directly linked to the content descriptor. Scootle provides the teacher with numerous resources and online activities which the students can engage with in order to develop a specific concept.

Although these resources are very helpful and readily available, it is important to evaluate whether the characteristics of these examples are appropriate for the learning need being addressed.

To read more about how examples fit within the CLEM acronym, visit Rachell‘s blog.

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