Here is a list of my initial action plan for January and February, as of 16/01/17:
- Continue to regularly update my showcase blog (try to change or add something everyday). (ongoing as of 12/09/16)
- Keep up to date with the Pick n Mix computing modules on BlackBoard (completed E-Safety and modules 1,2, 3 and 4)
- Find some useful resource websites for future use (ongoing as of 16/09/2016)
- Continue to explore useful apps such as Aurasma (downloaded 23/09/2016), Coaches Eye, Decide Now! (downloaded 29/09/2016, blog added 20/02/17), Jolly Phonics (downloaded 27/09/2016 and blog created), Decibel 10th (downloaded 27/09/2016 and mentioned in blog).
- Upload a blog on Sexting (completed on 17/02/17)
- Complete the compulsory module: Teaching Internet Safety (completed 18/09/16, blogs completed on 20/02/17)
- Upload a blog on how computing can help children with SEND (completed 17/02/17)
Below is my full action plan which will be regularly updated:
|Name: Chloe S||Tutor: MK|
General use of Microsoft Office.
Popular apps such as Instagram, Twitter and Facebook.
Year 9 ICT lessons mainly focussing on Excel and Publisher.
|PGCE Computing audit revealed these priorities· Need to improve my skills and knowledge surrounding physical programming devices used in schools e.g. Bee-Bots, programming language, e.g. Scratch and computer networks e.g. working of search engines.
· Improve my knowledge and skills regarding coding and apps.
· The ability to integrate computing into lesson plans across the curriculum and how they can be utilised effectively.
· Identifying areas to extend and support children on their computing knowledge and skill.
|Action I will take in January and February||Date Completed|
||Decide now! (20/02/17)
Completed Pick n Mix Module 5 (29/01/17)
Ongoing (as of 12/09/16) and evidenced on blog.
Ongoing (as of 12/09/16)
|Action I will take on FPP||Date Completed|
|· Introduce aspects of computing in core curriculum lessons and evaluate its effect on the lesson
· Explore algorithms without the use of computer within PE or English, so children understand the concept