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ICT at key stage 3: The impact of ICT on pupils’ learning at key stage 3 in secondary schools - July 2014

This report focuses on the impact of information and communication technology (ICT) on pupils’ learning in key stage 3 in secondary schools. The first report, published in July 2013, focused on the impact of ICT on pupils’ learning in primary schools. The report evaluates standards in the National Curriculum subject of information and communication technology (ICT) and considers the impact of ICT as a key skill on pupils’ learning across the curriculum at key stage 3 in secondary schools in Wales. The report also considers the impact of ICT on developing pupils’ literacy and numeracy skills. Read more >

ICT at key stage 3 - Training material

This PowerPoint is a way for providers to share the main findings of the report and review their own performance in a particular thematic area. The presentations summarise the report and include questions which providers can consider when looking to improve. Read more >

The impact of ICT on pupils' learning in primary schools - July 2013

Tags: ICT

The report evaluates standards in the National Curriculum subject of ‘information and communication technology’ (ICT) and considers the impact of ICT as a key skill on pupils’ learning across the curriculum in primary schools in Wales. In particular, the report considers the impact of ICT on developing literacy and numeracy skills and on closing the poverty gap. This report looks at the subject of ICT and the use of ICT skills across the curriculum. Although pupils often gain initial ICT skills in ICT lessons, in order to be fully competent and proficient, pupils must practise and apply these skills in other subjects and contexts. Read more >

The impact of ICT on pupils’ learning in primary schools - Training Materials

Tags: ICT

This PowerPoint is a way for providers to share the main findings of the report and review their own performance in a particular thematic area. The presentations summarise the report and include questions which providers can consider when looking to improve. Read more >