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Teaching Adults ICT Skills

Teaching Adults ICT Skills

  • Alan Clarke - National Institute of Adult Continuing Education

June 2006 | 144 pages | Learning Matters
ICT has been formally identified as an essential life skill. This text provides teachers and trainers with the skills to develop successful ICT learning programmes in line with the new ICT Skill for Life Standard. It focuses on improving the quality of provision through extending the range of teaching and learning strategies, meeting individual needs while using participative methods, and motivating the learner. All aspects of a successful ICT programme are covered, from how to assess learners at the start of a course to ways of enhancing teachers' and trainers' professional development.
The author
Initial experiences and assessment
Planning and managing
Integrating ICT in other subjects
Methods: teaching and learning techniques
Continuous Professional Development
Appendix 1: Common problems for new ICT users
Appendix 2: ITQ tutor profiles
References and other sources

A good introduction for new teachers planning to teach Adults ICT skills. A very instructional and straight forward read.

Mrs Sian Helena Lewis
Dept of AACTS - School of STEPS, Ystrad Mynach College
November 5, 2015

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ISBN: 9781844450404