Category Archives: PLT

ICT PLT posts

In order to share the work that we have been doing in our PLT group, we have put together a series of posts about the technologies that we have each been working with. These posts describe what we were using, … Continue reading

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Creating and sharing video presentations

As part of the ICT PLT Wendy has been working with videos and, in particular, attempting to use them as a collaborative alternative to in-class oral presentation. Why video? Wendy wanted an alternative to putting her students through 30 oral presentations. She … Continue reading

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Using OneNote as a lesson organiser

As part of the ICT PLT, Kim has been experimenting with OneNote as an organiser and lesson delivery tool. Why OneNote? OneNote is so effective that many schools have integrated it into their classes at an institution level. A well put together OneNote document can … Continue reading

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Using PowerPoint as a lesson delivery tool

As part of the ICT PLT, Peter has been experimenting with PowerPoint as a lesson delivery tool. Why PowerPoint? PowerPoint is an excellent tool to use in the delivery of presentations to students as PPs can be created quickly and … Continue reading

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Teaching PowerPoint skills to students

As part of the ICT PLT Sheridyn has been working with PowerPoint and trying to improve the quality of her students’ presentations when using this tool. Her approach was to spend some time before the assignment where the students would be creating a … Continue reading

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Sharing websites with Diigo

As part of the ICT PLT this year, John has been using a site called Diigo. Diigo (if you’re wondering, according to edutopia it’s pronounced dee’go and stands for Digest of Internet Information, Groups and Other stuff) is a site where you … Continue reading

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