Project ID - TIS000967
Developing numeracy skills through the use of ICT: The pupils will develop their numeracy skills through planned activities using ICT. The pupils will develop their ICT capabilities through planned activities using iPads and laptops. The pupils will develop confidence and self-esteem through positive engagement with the learning tasks.


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Project offered at

Parkhall Primary School
ANTRIM
BT41 1AZ

Contact

Sharon Harbinson

Student Skills

ICT and/or numeracy

Expected Pupil Outcomes

The pupils will develop their numeracy skills through planned activities using ICT. The pupils will develop their ICT capabilities through planned activities using iPads and laptops. The pupils will develop confidence and self-esteem through positive engagement with the learning tasks.

Expected Student Tutor Outcomes

The student tutor will develop their ability to plan efficiently. The student tutor will develop a good working rapport with the pupils and staff of the school. The student tutor will develop confidence in sharing skills/teaching skills to others.

Extra Information

We have agreed to accomodate Melissa Porter in Our School to undertake this project and it has been designed with her in mind.

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