Using ICT to Support Multimodal Literacy Practices from Foundation to Year 6
This course is designed for F-6 teachers, and will cover a range of abilities from beginners to more advanced uses of ICT. The course explores the pedagogy and potential use of ICT to support all areas of literacy, including: reading, writing, visual literacy, speaking and listening using multimodality, which is a prominent part of the curriculum. Throughout the day we will explore how we make meaning through reading and creating a variety of digital multimodal texts to support literacy development. The course will be hands-on and participants will be provided with practical ideas that you will be able to take back to your classroom.
- What is multimodality and where does it fit into the curriculum?
- Why are multimodal texts important in the 21st century and what impact can they have for literacy learning?
- The use of mobile technology ( iPads), web-based resources and apps to support a wide range of literacy practices.
- Multimodal reading and visual literacy in a digital environment with an emphasis on both web-based and iPad apps.
- Multimodal writing in a digital environment using both iPads and web based software
- Using a range of technology including robotics, web-based and iPad apps to support oral language.
- Links to English and other subject areas within the Victorian Curriculum.
One day of 6 hours
$410 (inc GST)
Dates and venues
5 June 2019 (Wednesday)
9am – 3:30pm
No prerequisites. The course is open to everyone but is particularly relevant to Primary Teachers.
Attendance and participation.
The Faculty of Education, Monash University will issue you with a Certificate of Completion.
This course references the following Australian Professional Standards for Teachers (APST) 1.2, 2.5, 2.6, 3.3, 3.4.