This post is designed to satisfy the requirements for Assignment 1: Engaging with Social and Ethical Protocols when using ICT as part of the topic EDUC9404: Numeracy and ICT Across the Curriculum, 2019 at Flinders University. This post demonstrates the following focus areas: (1.2), (1.5) – differentiation, (1.6) – use of video and audio, (2.2), (2.5), (2.6), (3.5), (3.7), (4.5), (7.1), (7.3) – assessment rubric (5.1).
The key requirements of this task were:
- Design a learning activity and rubric for a topic for a class of students who will be using ICT to investigate, create and communicate.
- Successfully communicate to parents about the activity, assessment criteria and the tools that they can use to support their children in their new learning.
- Include in the conversation at least one aspect of the sub element of the applying social and ethical protocols when using the ICT element of the ICT General Capability.
- Share your work online and demonstrate your ability to meet graduate standard 4.5 from the Australian Professional Standards for Teachers.
Mrs Gray’s Year 6 HASS Topic Parents/Carers Page
Have you joined our flip grid classroom?
Click on student login. Student code: grayxxxx (check your emails)
Link to back to Flip grid password: Hassisfun01!
Summative Assessment 1:
Resources: (as mentioned in video)
What is Digital Citizenship? Video
Understanding Copyright: Video: Nothing beats the real thing!
Understanding Creative Commons:
Video tutorial: Attribution using creative commons
Safety and Security: How we protect ourselves
Online safety: Protect what is important to you
Finding Information: Information Literacy Standards
Saving files correctly: Saving files in word
School contact number: 08 5550 0120
Mail to: firstname.lastname@example.org (fictitious)
Feel free to contact me with any questions, queries or concerns, alternatively post a video, leave a comment or question at flip grid. password: Hassisfun01!
The phone number is fictitious and was developed based on the information from: Australian Communications and Media Authority
Flipgrid is publicly available, with a password. For an actual classroom I would use the school email or student ID option.
I shared the task sheet on my Google drive via flip grip. In an actual classroom I imagine I could use Google classroom or something similar – I wouldn’t use my personal Google drive.