audit00.xls Page 1 PGCE ICT Audit 2000/1 Audit of ICT skills and understanding PGCE 2000-2001 Important - please read the accompanying notes before completing the first column in September. Near the end of December/January you will be completing the second column. Again, read the notes to help guide your judgements. You Must have 3 or above for at least one occurrence of the 4/98 Ref. http://www.soton.ac.uk/~pgce/ict/audit/index.htm post-audit pre-audit ICT Audit to meet the requirements of Circular Number 4/98 Annex B Part B. #DIV/0! Name> Targets to meet 12ai can use: Windows™ OR Apple™ OR Acorn™ system x - 12ai can use two or more programs at the same time x - 12ai/av can cut, copy and paste files/folders x - 12ai can cut, copy and paste data x - 12aii can connect up a system: monitor/computer/keyboard/mouse/printer x - 12aii can adjust settings: display(screen)/mouse/printer x - 12aii can select printer: choose laser, colour, plotter etc. x 12aiii install and run a CD-ROM OR a program x - 12av use on-line 'help' and user guides x - 12avi know key strategies to avoid viruses x 12avi can add paper to printer & replace printer cartridges x - 12avi can use scandisk (or similar) to check for errors x 12avii understand the need for equipment security and the use of passwords x - 12bii can evaluate data: accuracy, validity, reliability, plausibility & bias x 12bii know that data uses memory/storage (colour image > mono image) x 12bii can compress a file x ANO aware of common file types x ANO can 'Save as' a different file type/version x 12biii save files to through a intranet (e.g. save to 16NT) x 12biii can save files onto a floppy disc x 12biii can download and save files from the internet x 12biv understand the concept of static and dynamic information x - 12bv can link/embedded objects to share information between programs x 12bv make a link to an on-line resource x 12bv find a resource on a local area network and save on floppy x 12bvi understand the concept of shared resources x 13a can use ICT to find things out x 13ai can recognise the quality of sources of information: editorial scrutiny x 13aii can plan a strategy & frame useful questions for searching the internet x - 13aiii can search a information source using AND, OR and NOT x 13aiv can enter data into a database x - 13aiv can enter data into a spreadsheet (like this one) x - 13avi can recognise unreasonable outcome x 13bi can change values in a spreadsheet to consider alternative outcomes x - 13bii can name a simulation and describe its classroom value x - 13biii can create a simple model using LOGO x 13biv can analyse a set of numbers to identify the pattern x 13bv know the importance of grammar/syntax in a sequence of instructions x 13bvi can use a floor turtle (robot) x 13bvi can use a simplified LOGO program x 13bvi can use a control program to create a simple procedure x 13bvii can create a control program with conditions x 13bvii can use =IF in a spreadsheet (e.g. IF(A1=B1,"same","different") x audit00.xls Page 2 PGCE ICT Audit 2000/1 13bviii can give an example of feedback in an electronic device x 13ci can present ideas using text with pictures x 13ci can present ideas using text with tables x 13ci can present ideas using text with drawings x 13ci can present ideas using sounds x 13ci can present ideas as a flowchart x 13cii can send a fax x 13cii can send an e-mail x - 13cii can use a conferencing system: Hypermail/VTC x 13cii understand when it would be best to use fax, e-mail, conferencing… x - 14ai can use a video camera x 14ai effectively use video playback in the classroom: Fast Forward etc x 14aii know that ICT can measure/record events x 14ai know that a spreadsheet can carry out repeated calculations x 14aiii know that a computer program can control a device x 14bi know about voice to text software x 14biv know it is possible to access expertise/subject advice via the internet x - 14ci know that ICT allows changes to be made easily x 14ci know that a spreadsheet can be used to demonstrate modelling x 14ci know that it is possible to create an animation with ICT x 14cii can judge when ICT is the best option x - 14ciii understand the value of progressive saves x 14d understand the educational value of rapid feedback x - 15a understand the needs of different audiences x - 15a how ICT can meet needs of different audiences x - aware of the most appropriate elements to meet teaching objectives: 15b when best to use: text x 15b when best to use: video x 15b when best to use: still drawings x 15b when best to use: still paintings x 15b when best to use: moving drawings x 15b when best to use: moving paintings x 15b when best to use: live video links x 15b when best to use: number presentations x 15b when best to use: graphs x 15b when best to use: charts x 15b when best to use: video clips x 15b when best to use: sound clips x understand the ICT requirements of National Curriculum: 16a English x 16a mathematics x 16a science x 16a design and technology x 16a information technology x 16a history x 16a geography x 16a art x 16a music x 16a physical education x 16a religious education (locally approved syllabus) x understand the important areas that ICT contributes to: ANO literacy x - ANO numeracy x - ANO special educational needs x - understand the important issues relating to ICT and: audit00.xls Page 3 PGCE ICT Audit 2000/1 ANO Equal Opportunities x ANO Health and Safety x know the relevant functions (subject/phase) of: 17ai word processors x - 17ai graphics (drawing) packages x - 17ai desktop publishers x - 17ai spreadsheets x - 17ai multimedia authoring tools (e.g. HyperStudio or PowerPoint) x - 17ai web page authoring tools x - 17ai scripting (HTML) x 17ai scripting (high level) x 17ai scripting (JAVA, C++) x Use ICT to prepare pupil resources e.g. templates to scaffold learning: 17aii word processors x 17aii drawing packages x 17aii multimedia programs x 17aii spreadsheets x - 17aii databases x - incorporate in your teaching: 17bii CD ROM sourced materials x - 17bii internet sourced materials x - describe the ICT specific to the subject: 17c English x 17c mathematics x 17c science x 17c design and technology x 17c information technology x 17c history x 17c geography x 17c art x 17c music x 17c physical education x 17c religious education (locally approved syllabus) x 17di distance learning materials x 17di educational television programmes x 17dii integrated learning systems x ANO open integrated learning systems x 18a awareness of health and safety legislation x - understand the implications of: 18bi Data Protection Act x - 18bii copyright legislation x - 18biii illegal material x - describe the ethical issues relating to: 18ci illegal and/or unsuitable material from the internet x - 18cii acknowledging sources x - 18ciii data confidentiality x - 18civ monitoring of the users of information x - 18cv socially unacceptable material x - 18cv morally unacceptable material x - 19a create a spreadsheet to function as a mark-book x 19a modify a word processor to aid report writing x - 19a generate random value numeracy sheets x 19a use a word processor to create administrative proforma/templates x 19a use a word processor to create curriculum proforma/templates x 19b access electronic OFSTED reports x - audit00.xls Page 4 PGCE ICT Audit 2000/1 19b access information provided by BECTa x - 19b access information provided by DfEE x - 19c join a education based news group x 19c join an education based mail group x 19c access the NGfL web site x - 19d know about the opportunities ICT offers for CPD x - Advice - Please enter your name at the top of this spreadsheet. You must complete every item of the pre-audit column audit00.xls Page 5 PGCE ICT Audit 2000/1 Cell: B6 Comment: Enter your name into this cell. Cell: B7 Comment: You need to be familiar with one of the windows based systems used in schools. Cell: D7 Comment: September entry 4 help and advice 3 familiar 2 proficient 1 competent/confident Cell: F7 Comment: Dec/Jan entry 4 can't do 3 can do 2 proficient 1 confident/competent Cell: B8 Comment: Use a word processor and e-mail at the same time/ switch between the two Cell: B9 Comment: e.g. In My Computer or Windows Explorer, click the file or folder you want to copy. On the Edit menu, click Copy. Open the folder or disk where you want to put the copy. On the Edit menu, click Paste. To select more than one file or folder to copy, hold down the CTRL key, and then click the items you want. OR click the file or folder you want to copy, use CTRL-C (copy) and Open the folder or disk where you want to put the copy use, CTRL-V (paste) OR - Drag & Drop! Cell: B10 Comment: e.g. Highlight some text use Edit menu, toolbar icons, OR keyboard shortcuts CTRL-C (Copy), CTRL-X (cut), CTRL-V (paste Cell: B12 Comment: e.g.: Not available on SUCS public workstations - Normally - Start > Settings > Control Panel Cell: B16 Comment: e.g.: View ICT Themes - Security 6 http://www.soton.ac.uk/~pgce/ict/security/secur6.htm Cell: B22 Comment: e.g.: Zipup and unzip files and folders - create an 'archive' - on public workstations find WiZ Cell: B23 Comment: e.g.: *.doc (MS Word), *.htm OR *.html (a web file) OR *.pdf (Adbobe Acrobat) audit00.xls Page 6 PGCE ICT Audit 2000/1 Cell: B24 Comment: e.g.: From MS Word or Excel etc.. Save as Text, save as HTML, Save as Word 6.0 etc... Cell: B28 Comment: e.g.: Static = Book Dynamic - Changing - how often do web pages change/move? Cell: B29 Comment: e.g.: Use the Paste Special command (Edit menu) and select the Paste link option, information is pasted as a linked object. If you select the object type Object and Paste options, information is pasted as an embedded object. The Object command and most commands on the Picture submenu (Insert menu) also insert information as linked or embedded objects. The main differences between linked objects and embedded objects are where the data is stored and how it is updated after you place it in the destination file. Open any standard office program use Help on OLE or DDE or Link Cell: B31 Comment: e.g.: ICT Themes - http://www.soton.ac.uk/~pgce/ict/disk/ right click: Save target as…. OR Save link as… (depends on browser) Cell: B32 Comment: e.g.: Public Read on 16NT ICT Themes on PGCE All SUCS pages... Cell: B33 Comment: e.g.: Search the web! Think about appropriate search strategies Cell: B34 Comment: e.g.: information sources - e.g. DfEE web site (.gov.uk) in relation to information on http://members.aol.com/bradzzi/index.html Cell: B39 Comment: e.g.: Calculator: £56 x 100 Result = £6500 OR Search for Money Laundering - results discuss stains/stain removals and Hospital contracts! Cell: B41 Comment: e.g.: Really depends on Phase and subject. Ask your tutor and or search with http//:www.google.com, ask in school Cell: B42 Comment: e.g.: To model a square... to square OR to square fd 100 repeat 4 [fd 100 rt 90] rt 90 end fd 100 rt 90 audit00.xls Page 7 PGCE ICT Audit 2000/1 fd 100 rt 90 fd 100 rt 90 end >>>>See public workstation > Start>Dept Software> Education > Generic Cell: B43 Comment: e.g.: 1,2,3,6,12, ….. 1+2=3 1+2+3=6 1+2+3+6=12 Cell: B45 Comment: e.g.: Roamer http://www.valiant-technology.com Cell: B46 Comment: e.g.: >>>>See public workstation > Start>Dept Software> Education > Generic Cell: B49 Comment: e.g.: ON a blank spreadsheet, In cell C1 type: IF(A1=B1,"same","different") In A1 type 3; In B1 type 3; What is in C1? Change B1 OR A1; What is in C1? Cell: B50 Comment: e.g.: an automatic window opener on a greenhouse; an appliance that will not work until the lid is closed, such as a dishwasher Cell: B51 Comment: e.g.: Include an image in a word processor or presentation software (e.g. PowerPoint) Cell: B52 Comment: e.g.: In word processor create a table and place focussed data Cell: B55 Comment: e.g.: Public workstation: Start> Special Learning >Inspiration > Templates Cell: B65 Comment: e.g.: Search the web for information about Dragon Dictate OR IBM Via Voice etc.. Cell: B68 Comment: e.g.: It is possible to 'model' a businesses cash flow with a spreadsheet OR model the heat loss from a house etc.. Based on some assumptions and some given data. Cell: B69 Comment: e.g.: NB Know - not able to!!!! - Have you seen Toy Story? audit00.xls Page 8 PGCE ICT Audit 2000/1 Cell: B70 Comment: e.g.: Would you use a word processor to put a note out for a milk man? Would you use a calculator to work out 4x4? Cell: B71 Comment: e.g.: Useful if a file is corrupted AND useful to view the development of an idea etc. Cell: B73 Comment: e.g.: Don't expect younger children to have the reading skills of older children - How would you prepare a report for Parents and a report for and EdPsych? Cell: B88 Comment: e.g.: Depends on your phase and subject. Look carefully at examples and information in circular 4/98 Cell: B100 Comment: e.g.: Consider research http://www.ncl.ac.uk/education/ttaict/ and ICT Themes lectures/ resources Cell: B104 Comment: e.g.: ICT Themes lectures/ resources Cell: B113 Comment: e.g.: included for those that have the skills - promote your abilities! Cell: B114 Comment: e.g.: included for those that have the skills - promote your abilities! Cell: B115 Comment: e.g.: Mainly included for secondary IT subject specialists Cell: B116 Comment: e.g.: Mainly included for secondary IT subject specialists Cell: B117 Comment: e.g.: Use online help to find 'templates' NB Inspiration Standards web site - etc... Cell: B123 Comment: e.g.: This will be in you School Based folder evidence Make it EXPLICIT! Cell: B126 Comment: e.g.: Can you suggest some examples: Look at the Schemes of work on the Web! Cell: B143 Comment: e.g.: audit00.xls Page 9 PGCE ICT Audit 2000/1 ICT Themes lectures/ resources http://www.soton.ac.uk/~pgce/ict/ Cell: B147 Comment: e.g.: Just think about it carefully and consider: ICT Themes lectures/ resources http://www.soton.ac.uk/~pgce/ict/ Cell: B154 Comment: e.g.: ideally !!!! use SUM, Average, Mean etc to evaluate pupil progress and your own work. Link with word processor for 'comments'? Cell: B155 Comment: e.g.: set-up your own 'auto correct' data - PoS expands to read Programmes of study etc. Cell: B159 Comment: e.g.: http://www.ofsted.gov.uk/inspect/index.htm Cell: B160 Comment: e.g.: http://www.becta.org.uk Cell: B165 Comment: CPD = Continuing Professional Development e.g. access Standards web site; BECTa etc.
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