Course Objective

You will learn how to plot a path for technology by employing effective methods of observation and assessment so that you find it easy to make judgements about the conceptual and procedural technological knowledge of children.

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Course curriculum

    1. A message from your instructor

    2. How to use this course

    3. Before we begin...

    1. Case Study

    2. Observation

    3. Assess

    4. Plan

    5. Implement

    6. Critically Reflect

    7. Key points

    1. The Why - Importance of Observation and Assessment in ECE

    2. The expected level of capability in the EYLF and EYFS

    3. Planning for Progression and Continuity

    4. Involving Parents and/or Carers in Assessment

    5. Documenting ICT Learning

    6. Providing Feedback

    7. Digital Play Framework.

    8. Guidance on observation and assessment of ICT capability in Digital play

    9. Issues in Observing and Assessing children's use of digital technology in ECE

    10. Expected level of ICT Capability in Digital Play

    1. ICT Skills Track

    2. Individual Profiling Sheet - ECE

    3. Student progress tracker

    4. Student Record sheet

    5. WP self-assessment

    6. Editable templates

    1. Congrats! Here's what's next...

    2. More resources for you

    3. Before you go...

About this course

  • $10.00 / month
  • 29 lessons
  • 0.5 hours of video content

Meet your Instructor

Director/Course Facilitator Michael Hilkemeijer

As a teacher for over 15 years, Michael has taught and learned about the effective integration of technology in education through his teaching practices and studies. He has a Masters in Education (ICTE) that focuses on effective instructional design and for over the past 10 years he has studied literature and case studies on the art of successful technology integration in education - the development of ICT capability. Through this process, he has written many articles, both online and in national magazines on the best practices for teachers in early childhood and primary education to develop ICT capability. One of which is the continual support of teachers in their professional learning.

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