TACCLE2 e-learning for primary teachers - A step-by-step guide to improving teaching and learning in your classroom is a project funded by the EU under its Lifelong Learning Programme. We, the authors, are real teachers just like you and weave got the battle-scars to prove it! Our aim is to help other teachers enhance their current practice by providing support and guidance as they begin bridging the gaps that have, until now, prevented them from taking advantage of the educational opportunities that information and communication technologies have to offer. This handbook contains 38 step-by-step comprehensive lessons, graded according to difficulty and organized according to age group and subject. As well as detailed lesson instructions you will also find handy hints and tips to help you avoid any potential pitfalls, safety notes so that you can be as confident as possible that learners will use the internet safely and responsibly, and a list of loads more ways you can use an applications once youave mastered it. Weare such nice people weave also included links to examples that weave use, links to online tutorials and helpful websites!A step-by-step guide to improving teaching and learning in your classroom Nicholas Daniels, Jenny Hughes, ... all link their codes to the relevant Wikipedia page (or similar) rather than having a#39;free choicea#39; of everything on the web. HHH. sAfETy. wea#39;re assuming that their favourite book will be harry potter or war horse, rather than Fifty shades of grey so the only safety ... there are lots of Qr code quiz ideas available on line. one we like is www.kerryjturner.com/?p=446 ac use Qr codes toanbsp;...
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|Author||:||Nicholas Daniels, Jenny Hughes, Fernando Albuquerque Costa, Jan Bierweiler, Koen DePryck, Linda Castañeda, Gabriela Grosseck, Carla Rodriguez, Mar Sánchez, Katleen Vanden Driessche, Laura Malita, Isabel Gutiérrez Porlán,, Pedro Reis, Carine Schepers|
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