|1.||Explain, explore and theorise the ways children learn through ICTs in the educational settings, including developing awareness of technology enabled learning for disability education;|
|2.||Investigate and analyse issues of safety, ethics and responsibility when using ICTs;|
|3.||Employ a range of ICTs to create digital artefacts that engage and enhance learning;|
|4.||Engage in reflections, both individually and collaboratively, on the uses of ICTs in learning environments and in the wider world; and|
|5.||Examine and discuss the literacy and numeracy demands of ICT.|
|Assignment||Creative work design brief.||25%|
|Creative Works||Create a digital artefact (e.g. movie, animations, digital story telling resource, game, interlinked on-line environment app, series of art works).||40%|
|Presentation||Reflection that demonstrates a critical understanding of ICT and digital literacies and their impact on learning.||35%|
Teaching: Making a difference. 3rd
Churchill, R., Ferguson, P., Godhino, S., Johnson, N., Keddie, A. M., Letts, W., & Vick, M.(2016)
Wiley Publishers, Australia
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