While working with a Prep class for nearly two weeks as a pre-service teacher, I have experienced how ICTs support students to learn effectively. Students were taught the chosen content descriptors, then ICTs were used as a teaching tool that constructs and transforms students’ learning. As a result, students actively engaged in the lesson content … More How ICTs support Prep students to learn effectively?
The checklist (TeachThought, 2016) for Today’s teacher posted from the peer was helpful for me to use as a checklist to reflect on my teaching when doing professional experience. Checklist number 10 (I believe that I would enjoy being a student in my classroom) seems to be a simple one, however, it reminds me of … More Learning from peer 2: Checklist for Today’s Teacher
I have followed Barb blog and am interested in the link and the post of ‘the 11 characteristics of the Age Appropriate Pedagogies’ representing ‘a set of desirable qualities teachers can consider when working with children and colleagues so they are responsive to each individual child, context and purpose of learning’(ECECDET, 2017). The characteristics include: Active • Agentic • Collaborative • Creative … More Learning from peer 1 – ‘The 11 characteristics of the Age Appropriate Pedagogies’