Project ID - TIS000599
Using ICT Assessment - to support staff and pupils in the planning, development and implementation of Using ICT Assessment.


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Project offered at

Malone Integrated College
BELFAST
BT10 OJB

Contact

Cara Gilleece

Student Skills

This project would suit a student from any discipline who has experience/an interest in using Audacity.

Expected Pupil Outcomes

Pupils to produce a podcast about the time of the Armada, they will incorporate backgroung sound and a voiceover.

Expected Student Tutor Outcomes

Assist teacher(s) with the creation of resources and to coordinate and upload suitable sound clips.

Extra Information

In collaboration with the history department, pupils are to produce a podcast about the Armada. The available software is Audacity.

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