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The art of information and communications technology for teachers

Author: Richard Ager
Publisher: London : David Fulton, 2000.
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"Richard Ager sets out to meet the generic ICT needs of those seeking (or already holding) Qualified Teacher Status, as set out in the Expected Outcomes for the New Opportunities Fund ICT training programme. The book also takes account of the Teacher Training Agency's National Curriculum for Initial Teacher Training. This aims 'to equip every teacher with the knowledge, skills and understanding to make sound  Read more...
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Additional Physical Format: Online version:
Ager, Richard.
Art of information and communications technology for teachers.
London : David Fulton, 2000
(OCoLC)988768102
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Richard Ager
ISBN: 1853466220 9781853466229
OCLC Number: 43500365
Description: viii, 134 pages : illustrations ; 22 cm
Contents: Teaching and learning with ICT --
The software toolkit --
ICT in national curriculum subjects --
How ICT can enhance the professional role of the teacher.
Responsibility: Richard Ager.

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This text sets out to meet the generic ICT needs of those seeking (or already holding) Qualified Teacher Status, as set out in the Expected Outcomes for the NOF-funded ICT training. The book also  Read more...

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