© British Nutrition Foundation 2011 Practical ICT in Home Economics Supporting, enhancing and stimulating learning

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  • British Nutrition Foundation 2011 Practical ICT in Home Economics Supporting, enhancing and stimulating learning
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  • British Nutrition Foundation 2011 What can we learn? DfES Secondary interactive whiteboard programme 2007 Secondary school pupil statements Strongly agree/Agree % I think IWBs make it easier for the teacher to repeat and summarise87 Teachers lessons are more prepared and organised when they use an IWB 85 IWBs make learning more exciting and interesting81 It is easier to understand the work when the teacher uses an IWB77 I think IWBs make teachers drawings and diagrams easier to see76 I prefer lessons which are taught with an IWB74 I learn more when the teacher uses an IWB70 We get to join in lessons more when my teacher uses an IWB64
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  • British Nutrition Foundation 2011 Interactive White Board 1.IWBs help to integrate ICT into lessons, which has been shown to increase pupil enjoyment and motivation. 2. The use of digital video, such as the cooking videos, improves pupil behaviour and on task competition, when used as part of a lesson. 3. The use of an IWB, say using our SMARTBoard resources, can increase teaching time by allowing you to present resources more efficiently.
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  • British Nutrition Foundation 2011 Interactive White Board 4. The boards can encourage spontaneity and flexibility in lessons, for example, you could use our food spoilage video and SMARTBoard file when looking at micro-organisms at a touch of a button! 5. By integrating boards into classroom teaching, they allow greater opportunity for participation and collaboration (promoting active learning).
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  • British Nutrition Foundation 2011 Interactive White Board 6. Activities allow you to keep track of, and determine, the pace of the lesson although you need to ensure that time/motivation isnt lost by allowing all pupils to take it in turn to come up and use the board. 7. You can revise and share materials, perhaps modifying a file to precisely meet your curricular and pupil needs this also reduces workload as the activities are already designed.
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  • British Nutrition Foundation 2011 Interactive White Board 8. Research shows that pupils are able to deal with more complex concepts as a result of clear, more efficient and dynamic presentations. 9. Get pupils up to the board sounds simple, but it creates a better sharing learning environment, enhancing pupil self-esteem and motivation. 10. Lastly, the use of IWB can be maximised by being confident with its use yourself and being familiar with the resources.
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  • British Nutrition Foundation 2011 Stimulating the learner PowerPoint presentations Video and audio podcasts Videos, e.g. Ask the nutritionist
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  • British Nutrition Foundation 2011 Engaging the learner IWB Activities Useful to consolidate knowledge and good practice Spring-board into more depth or different theory areas Engage pupils with content
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  • British Nutrition Foundation 2011 Inspiring the learner Sensory evaluation Cost Portion size % DRVs
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  • British Nutrition Foundation 2011 Supporting the learner via differentiated tutorials Enter name Questions 3 pathways lower medium high Final questions Final report
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  • British Nutrition Foundation 2011 Engaging with the learner Students: The study found that use of ICT to support learning at home delivered a range of benefits including motivational and self- confidence effects, particularly for under-achieving learners. Bring experts into the classroom. Two-way communication live. Reduce the need for travel and time away from the classroom. Showcase career opportunities. Improve teacher access to continuous professional development (CPD). Use of new technology for students and teachers.
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  • British Nutrition Foundation 2011 Key points Good use of ICT in classroom (new teaching and learning style). Experts into the classroom. Less time away from classroom. Cost. Teacher acts as facilitator (and learner). Increased interactivity. Timings of sessions and technical issues.
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  • British Nutrition Foundation 2011 Thanks for listening For ICT resources and other support, go to: www.foodafactoflife.org.uk