University of Cambridge OER4Schools

This is the professional learning resource of the OER4Schools project at the Centre for Commonwealth Education. For more information about this project, visit the OER4Schools project page. To learn more about the aims and content of the resource, see Overview. If you are planning to use this resource, then do contact us to see whether we can collaborate in some way. The resource was collaboratively authored, primarily by Sara Hennessy, Bjoern Hassler, Nitu Duggal, Wei Shin Leong, and Janet Blair of the University of Cambridge Faculty of Education, and Abel Makonga and Agness Tembo of Chalimbana Basic School (Chalimbana, Zambia)
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Introduction to interactive teaching and the use of ICT

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The unit offers an introduction to interactive teaching with and without ICT. It introduces the idea of “plan-teach-reflect”, as well as lesson planning to include interactive activity. The unit covers the following aspects: - What is interactive teaching? - ICTs in interactive teaching. - Effective use of ICTs, including basic use of netbooks, browser, and images / slideshows (also in OpenOffice Impress). The aims of Unit 1 are to - understand principles of interactive teaching - with and without ICT, - see illustrations and discuss issues involved in implementing it, - think about changing one’s own practice, and - develop ways of working with colleagues to reflect on practice, share ideas and trial new strategies.

Material Type: Unit of Study

Author: University of Cambridge (Faculty of Education)