Mr Paul Fuller

The ICT Capability in the Australian Curriculum

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The inclusion of Information and Communication Technology (ICT) as a general capability in the Australian Curriculum is recognition that ICT is no longer the sole domain of specialist teachers. There is now an expectation that ICT will be utilized by all teachers across all areas of the curriculum wherever and whenever this will add value to the learning process.

This presentation will examine the five elements of the ICT capability and highlight ways that these can be addressed in the classroom. It will also explore the distinct (but complementary) relationship between the ICT capability and the Technologies curriculum.

Most importantly, the session will describe strategies for building the capacity of teachers so that they can help realise the vision of students using ICT ethically and creatively across all learning areas.

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About the Presenter:

Paul Fuller is very highly regarded Western Australian educator. He has worked for ten years as a primary school teacher.

Early in his career, he discovered the power of technology to inspire, engage and motivate his students.

Paul is currently on secondment to the Improving Literacy and Numeracy National Partnership where he is assisting public schools to implement tablet technologies.

Paul is a 2009 winner of the National Excellence in Teaching Awards and was named Educator of the Year in 2010 by the ACS and the Australian Council for Computers in Education.

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Join Paul Fuller at the ECAWA 2014 State Conference on Tuesday the 15th of April at Penrhos College.

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