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Question No : 1
You are a teacher at a secondary school. You have 30 students in your class. Your classroom contains 10 laptop computers.
You plan a project for the students. You will provide the students with information in three different formats: audio recordings, photographs, and printed documents. The students must combine the information to produce graphs and charts in a detailed report.
What is the best way to organize the project?

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Question No : 2
You teach political science to a class of 20 students. The students are 17 years old. Your school has a computer lab that has access to the Internet.
Your government has an election.
You create a lesson that requires the students to spend the entire day of the election analyzing the election results as they are announced.
You reserve the computer lab for the activity.
You want to ensure that the students can continuously record the election results. The solution must also ensure that the students see the changes to the political map as the results come in.
What should you do?

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Question No : 3
You are an environmental education teacher.
Your students are doing a collaborative project with students from another country using Information and Communication Technology (ICT).
You create an activity that requires your students to use presentation software to display pictures and videos of local birds. The students will then email the presentation to the foreign students.
You discover that the file size of the presentation exceeds the size limit set by your email provider.
You want to ensure that the students can send the presentation by email.
What should you advise the students to do?

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Question No : 4
Topic 7, Case Study 7

Overview

General Overview
You are a film studies teacher at a secondary school. You are part of a team of three teachers that teaches drama, music, and film.

Description of Students
Twenty-five of your students will participate in a project. The students are all in the same class and are 13 and 14 years old.

Learning and Teaching Environment
The school has a computer lab that contains the following ICT resources:

• One television
• One DVD player
• One data projector
• One interactive whiteboard
• One high-quality sound system
• Six low-cost digital video cameras
• One professional grade, high-definition video camera
• 15 powerful computers that are connected to the Internet
• Professional grade film editing and music production software

The teachers also have access to desktop computers located in the faculty lounge and the administration offices.

Learning Activities
The school plans to introduce a more collaborative approach between teachers of different subjects.

The team identifies an opportunity to create a collaborative learning activity for the students of drama, music and film. The team plans to complete the collaborative project in four weeks.
Currently, the students study each of the three subjects for one hour per week.

The school will pay a local filmmaker to visit the students for a one hour lesson early in the project. The filmmaker will answer the students’ questions and demonstrate how to use film-editing software.

The filmmaker will also be available during each project lesson via video-conference link, telephone, and email.


Objectives

Learning Objectives
You identify the following learning objectives:

• Improve the students’ ability to work collaboratively within a creative framework.
• Create a 60-second film trailer that combines live action film, voice-over narration, and original music.

Professional Development Objectives
The professional development objectives for the team are to:

• use ICT effectively for teaching and learning;
• incorporate appropriate ICT activities into lesson plans so that students work collaboratively within a creative framework; and
• integrate the use of ICT into the curriculum.

Pedagogical objectives
The school plans to increase the use of cross-curricular approaches to help the students understand learning as a connected experience rather than a set of separate disciplines.

The students recently started using the film editing software.
You want to ensure that the students benefit as much as possible from the filmmaker’s visit.
What should you do?
This item is part of a case study. To view the case study information, click on the Case Study button below.

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Question No : 5
You are preparing to teach the second mathematics lesson.
Which two tasks should you perform to ensure that the students benefit most from working in the computer lab? (Each correct answer presents part of the solution. Choose two.)
This item is part of a case study. To view the case study information, click on the Case Study button below.

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Question No : 6
At the beginning of the second mathematics lesson, you want to engage students and remind them of the learning objectives.
What should you use?
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Question No : 7
You want to track and manage student’s performance data.
Which type of application should you use?
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Question No : 8
You want to identify the quickest and most cost-effective method to collect the students’ presentations for assessment.
What should you ask the students to do?
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Question No : 9
Topic 6, Case Study 6

Overview

General Overview
You are a teacher at a school that recently introduced computers. The school requires that all teachers use the computers to enhance teaching and learning. Most of the teachers in the school have no experience using technology in the classroom. You are familiar with ICT for personal use, but have limited experience integrating ICT into learning activities.

Organizational Goals
The school wants to encourage all of the teachers to use the school’s computer lab and to integrate ICT into their learning activities. All of the teachers will do this at their own pace, based on their level of competence and confidence.

Learning and Teaching Environment
Your students are between the ages of 7 and 9. The students are of mixed ability and are organized in classes of up to 35 students.

All of the students have basic computer skills and have their own email accounts hosted on different external providers. All of the students are aware of the school’s acceptable use policy (AUP) for the use of Information and Communication Technology (ICT).

The school recently set up a computer lab. All of the computers are connected to a network. The layout of the computer lab is shown in the exhibit and includes a projector and an interactive whiteboard. (See Exhibit 1)

Due to the high number of teachers and lessons in the school, you only have access to the computer lab for one lesson every two weeks.

The school plans to purchase more equipment and set up additional computer labs. The school also plans to introduce computers into standard classrooms.

Objectives

Learning objectives
The students will be able to:

• identify symmetrical and asymmetrical shapes; and
• differentiate between symmetrical and asymmetrical shapes.

Learning Activities
You recently taught a mathematics lesson on symmetrical shapes and demonstrated some examples. The lesson took place in a standard classroom.

You plan to teach a second lesson on symmetry. The lesson will take place in the computer lab. The objective of the second lesson is to teach students how to identify different symmetrical shapes. Each student will be asked to create three symmetrical shapes and two asymmetrical shapes. The students must use ICT to explain to the class why their shapes are either symmetrical or asymmetrical.

Professional Development Objectives
Your professional development objectives for the year are to:

• use ICT effectively for the teaching and learning;
• incorporate appropriate ICT activities into lesson plans so as to support student’s acquisition of school subject matter knowledge; and
• integrate the use of ICT into the curriculum.

In addition to learning about symmetry, how else should the students benefit from using ICT during the second mathematics lesson?
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Question No : 10
You have used Information and Communication Technology (ICT) successfully in the classroom for several years.
A new teacher at the school says that she has had little opportunity to use ICT in the classroom. She wants to make use of the computer lab in her teaching.
What advice would you give her?

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Question No : 11
You teach an economics lesson about the effects of using price discount strategies.
During the class, you provide detailed sales statistics from a major national retailer.
Some of the students question the effectiveness of price discount strategies.
You want to demonstrate to the students that the strategies are cost-effective.
What should you do?

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Question No : 12
You want your students to analyze the costs of running a business.
You plan a visit with your students to a business center that sells business services.
The business center offers the following services.
• Printing
• Photocopying
• Web site design
• Document scanning
• Word processing and editing.
What should you include as part of your classroom activities?

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Question No : 13
One of your students has poor hearing.
You want to ensure that the student has the opportunity to interact with the farmer during the video-conference.
What should you do?
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Question No : 14
Your class just completed the video-conference with the farmer.
You want to do a quick assessment to identify how many students understood the key points of the video-conference.
What should you do?
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Question No : 15
You want to improve the students’ research skills by using ICT resources. The solution must help meet the school’s organizational goals.
What should you do?
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