ICT in Education Toolkit Version 2.0a
September 2006
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Tool 4.1: ICT-Enhanced Content Requirements
1 Learner Levels and Subjects
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2 Determine Required ICT-Enhanced Content
3 Access Required ICT-Enhanced Content Database
4 ICT-Enhanced Content Options
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Toolbox 4:
Planning for ICT-Enhanced Content
4.1 ICT-Enhanced Content Requirements
4.2 Existing ICT-Enhanced Content
4.3 Educational Content on the Web
4.4 Evaluation of Authorware
4.5 Design, Develop & Test ICT-Enhanced Content
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 Usage Modalities: Definitions

Usage Modality Menu


Integrated into Curriculum

Integral part of the teaching/learning process


Used as a resource outside regular classroom


Used for distance education, virtual schooling, online courses, etc…

Information Management

Used for management of administration and/or learning systems

Learning Objectives: Definitions

Learning Objectives Description
Not Applicable The ICT-enhanced content item may be used for non-learning objectives
Allow the storage or display Information This level involves the passive hearing or viewing of stored information, individually or as a group.
Foster exploration of materials and ideas At this level the learner is engaged in the conscious pursuit of information that will lead to a better understanding of an existent issue, question or concept
Enable the application of understanding At this level, ICTs can provide a powerful tool for applying a concept or understanding to a new situation.
Organize materials or ideas to foster analysis Here ICT tools allow individuals to analyze materials or ideas by organizing them and manipulating them as a means of understanding their relationship.
Support evaluation and problem-solving This level represents the use of ICTs to support the process of evaluation. This can be done by compiling information and resources into a digital repository, developing simulations that will immerse students in an environment that will help them evaluate relevant dimensions and solve the problems that are posed, and collaborative Web-based environments that support or foster evaluation and problem-solving.
Facilitate constructing or designing projects At the highest level ICTs are used to foster the design or construction of integrating projects, whereby students must explore wide range of ideas and resources, analyze and evaluate them, and synthesize them in a project. ICTs can fully utilize the multimedia environment to support this process

Teaching Objectives: Definitions

Not Applicable

The ICT-enhanced content item may be used for non-teaching objectives


of a piece of information


of a concept, idea, phenomenon, law or theory

Drill & Practice

to achieve student competence in the application of knowledge

Animation and simulation

to abstract reality and offer an efficient and inexpensive environment to reach generalizations or to draw implications from a law or theory


for professional development and preparation of lessons

Collaboration/ communication

on projects with other teachers in the school or in other schools in the country or elsewhere, or with scientists in the field.

Management of Student Learning


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