1. Digital Pedagogy
2. Digital Content (including eCurriculum)
3. eLearning Spaces
If one component is missing the approach is unbalanced and less effective (Education QLD, 2008, p 2).
An ICT Student Leader’s Perspective – by Emma Sudron
Queensland Academies Science Mathematics Technology Campus is a school with a diverse range of students, with a wide range of subjects, passions and learning styles. One thing that encourages this eclectic range at QASMT is the use of technology in aiding investigation and learning. These resources that we have access to as 21st century learners are integral in aiding us, as they provide access to a wide variety learning anytime, anywhere.
Not only can eLearning give us a multitude of enrichment opportunities, it is integral in developing IT and communication skills alike. With the addition of resources such as iConnect and the Learning Place, collaboration and communication between students and teachers have never been more open and interactive, enriching our understanding of content and opening new pathways for expressing this knowledge. `
One of the many facets of eLearning technology available to students and teachers is Blackboard, a website where resources such as practice questions, PowerPoints of class material and resources galore are stored, available for access whenever we may need them. Blackboard is also an excellent teaching tool as it is great for giving us progress feedback through the quizzes and assessments options