Using ICT in Primary Science Teaching (Teaching Handbooks)

Using ICT in Primary Science Teaching (Teaching Handbooks)

by JaneSharp (Author), JennyByrne (Author)


Trainee teachers and NQTs wanting to consider imaginative ways in which ICT can be used when teaching science will find this book helpful and easy to use. It suggests where, when, why and how ICT can be used to extend all children's learning and contains ideas, suggestions and starting points for ICT activities which will engage children and develop teachers' own professional practice.


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Format: Paperback
Pages: 80
Publisher: Learning Matters Ltd
Published: 17 Jun 2002

ISBN 10: 1903300401
ISBN 13: 9781903300404

Media Reviews
Practical, to the point and well-indexed, this gem of a book is a useful helpmate whatever your present skill level (Junior Education)
Author Bio
Jenny Byrne is Programme Director of the Primary PGCE and a science tutor in the Schook of Education, University of Southampton. Jane Sharp is a Learning Development Tutor at Bishop Grosseteste University, working with students at all levels to develop the academic practices, skills and attributes needed for effective study at university. Her current research centres on the academic writing experiences of students studying education at university. Jane was formerly Senior Lecturer in Primary Education and ICT at the University of Winchester and a researcher at the University of Exeter involved in innovative and largescale computing projects in schools.