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MirandaNet Fellowship Casestudy
Effects of ICT on Personalised Learning
TIPD Report - Westminster Academy School
Year of posting: 2008
This is a joint report of a visit by Anita Bjelica and Maka Baramidze to Prague.
14/02/2007 to 21/02/2007
To observe how the use of ICT supports Personalised Learning in Czech Replublic primary school, ages 7-14 years.
- To research and share wide range and effective use of ICT to support personalised learning in the classroom. (conference)
- To observe use of ICT in the lessons in Czech school to support students' personalised learning.
- To share good practice with Czech colleagues.
- To plan collaborative ICT projects to support student personalised learning in both schools.
- To plan collaborative ICT projects to help teachers' professional development.
- To discuss and plan potential student exchange projects in future.
ict, personalised learning, Czech Republic, digital, collaborative
Report on the Experience:
Our group comprised two secondary teachers from Westminster Academy, London. The group leader, Assistant Principal of WA in charge of Global citizenship, is currently applying for academy to get the International School Award. The group members had already established the link with ZS Lupacova School in Prague and had planned the aims and intended outcomes of the visit. Both members were already competent users of ICT in their classrooms, e g. Interactive White Board, Active Studio; Personal laptops; Projectors; Digital cameras and Visualizers.
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