Constantly evolving, Information Technology (IT) is entwined with everyday life, affecting industry, education, security, the environment, the global economy and culture. IT teachers need to balance students' understanding of IT's role within society alongside developing the skills required to design and deliver successful IT projects. Through case studies and reflective activities drawn from a range of environments, the authors share successful teaching and learning strategies from IT teachers and industry practitioners. This book also presents strategies for delivery and assessment, as well as reviewing functional and key skills, such as communications, team working and problem solving. It also helps teachers differentiate between the many IT qualifications. This text supports trainee and experienced teachers in developing exciting and engaging IT programmes for pupils 14+ whether they are learning in schools, adult and community education or colleges.
Publisher: Open University Press ISBN: 9780335237982 Number of pages: 136 Weight: 1 g Dimensions: 98 x 69 x 6 mm
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