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 +[[カテゴリー/研究発表]]
 +*Use of technology in British School [#xfdc8042]
 +-[[Daniel Barker]] 浜松市ALT(JET)
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 +***発表概要 [#t8721d7b]
 +When I was a student in primary and secondary school, students studied, along with their core subjects of: mathematics, English, science etc, a subject called Information Communication and Technology (ICT). This subject was primarily focused on getting students competent at using computers, starting with skills such as: touch-typing, moving on to basic web-design, and finally graduating onto how computer systems are utilised within a business. Whilst there are numerous incarnations of this subject, which vary from school to school, they all cover the content and skills based learning to ensure that students have a foundation in computing in preparation for when they start working.
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 +Much like anything involving technology, this subject area has been continuously evolving since it’s inception. Young people are being born into this world of technology and very quickly become accustomed to using it. British schools have been trying to keep pace with this fluid and ever changing world of technology. Before I had finished my time at secondary school, it had already begun to introduce hardware such as interactive whiteboards and touch sensitive screens into the classroom. The latest push by the government is to introduce programming as a core subject to replace ICT. British children from the first year they enter school, with now be learning algorithms along side their times tables.
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 +***配布資料 [#i47741c4]
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 +[[第84回支部研究大会]]


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