The aim of this guide is to practically support teachers in using ICT tools in class. … The guide itself is divided in three main sections: The first section (chapter 2) offers an overview on the spread of mobile devices, including numbers on the smartphone penetration in the relevant age group (students), the distribution of different operating systems, and the apps available for the different systems. Further the section includes a discussion of the challenges when using ICT in the classroom, mainly based on the experiences with implementation of ICT-supported teaching modules within the IRRESISTIBLE project. As a result of the experience gained in analyzing examples and discussions in two workshops, a list of factors determining a decent use of an ICT tool in teaching was extracted. … Section two (chapters 3 and 4) focuses on the ICT tools itself: … Our goal for this guide was to find useful apps and programs for different tasks in IBSE, e.g. task like organizing a project, measuring or simulating data, collaborative work, or presenting information. … The third section of this ICT Guide (chapters 5 and 6) is dedicated to presenting examples of the integration of ICT tools in teaching. Chapter 5 lists examples of teaching units which contain one or several ICT tools that students need to use in order to fulfill different learning tasks. Chapter 6 is a collection of best practice examples drawn from the IRRESISTIBLE project – ICT tools that worked exceptionally well when used in a given IBSE setting. (DIPF/Orig.)
Literaturbeschaffung und Bestandsnachweise in Bibliotheken
Kampschulte, Lorenz; Eilert, Karsten: ICT tools in school – a practical guide. ICT tools for inquiry based science education - practical ideas for tools and implementation. 2016.