Pupils will be taught and given opportunities to consolidate skills through highly motivating cross-curricular activities. This will be achieved by incorporated it in the planning of each topic where possible. Key Stage 1 Pupils should be taught to become familiar with Information and Communication Technology (ICT) hardware and software. They learn to use ICT confidently and purposefully to achieve specific outcomes. They start to use ICT to develop their ideas and record their creative work.
The Function of Rubrics and Spirals Modern education is composed of many assessments methods that can become a good resource for educators to check for knowledge and comprehension of the material that is being taught. Measuring student comprehension requires educators to follow guidelines, and procedures to show student learning. Today, technology has opened many opportunities for educators to create methods of measuring student learning, but rubrics and spirals are the most basic and easiest to use when measuring student learning. The purpose of this essay is to explain the rubrics and spirals, and their uses in the educational setting. First, rubrics are assessment tools utilized in schools at the primary and secondary levels.
QUESTION 1 Special School as a great resource to neighbouring schools. -Other schools, e.g. full-service schools, get resources from the special school e.g assistive devices etc. • Special schools assist full-service schools to develop inclusive pedagogy. • They assist full-service schools to adopt appropriate method of teaching learners who experience barriers to learning.
Computer education is a part of many schools' required curricula. Computer and technology classes are one way to ensure students have exposure and gain experience in using technology. Technology and computers can also be integrated in the instructional classroom. When technology is properly integrated in educational curricula, students will learn more than just the core subjects; technology learning and application will take place. Computer technology benefits schools and their students by varying the lessons taught in the classroom.