In this subject students critically explore the challenges involved in Information and Communication Technology (ICT) leadership in educational settings. Such an exploration leads to the development of a personal position on ICT in education drawing on relevant pedagogical and leadership theories and on historical and contemporary examples. Students also explore models of teacher ICT pedagogical knowledge and their implications for professional development, curriculum design for ICT integration, and ICT resource management and planning. At the conclusion of the subject students are able to develop an ICT learning and teaching plan to address the needs of a specific educational setting.
School of Teacher Education
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