Should information and communication technology (ICT) simply be used to replace or resemble “old-fashioned” teaching? The answer is no, according to this group of teachers.
They believe ICT should be used to strongly modify or redefine teaching – and will provide us with examples of how to do it.
The ideas might not be revolutionary, but probably a pretty important reminder to many teachers who have just managed to keep their heads above water during a challenging year-and-a-half with teaching through the pandemic.
Tricks of the trade are presented in this session by the ICT resource group for the schools in Stavanger, Norway:
- Njord Aronsen Solberg, Teacher at Roaldsøy school
- Ranvør Patursson, Teacher at Sunde school
- Stine Randa – Head of Department at Kannik School
- Truls Leander Clausen Waage – Teacher at Tastarustå school
- Maria Edith Briceno Rege – Teacher at Johannes Læringssenter
- Jostein Kallevig – Head of Department at Tastarustå School
- Håvard Østhus – Educational ICT Consultant in Stavanger municipality
Tune in to the Special Session to learn more!
The Special Session will be made available when the KnowHow EdTech Conference starts on 21 September.
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Also check out the other Special Session: Play@Heart from Playful Learning