UNISA Short Course in Integrating Information Communication and Technology in teaching and Learning

UNISA Short Course in Integrating Information Communication and Technology in teaching and Learning

Short Course in Integrating Information Communication and Technology in teaching and Learning (76936)

 

Purpose

Integrating Information Communication and Technology (ICT) is a Short Learning Programme (SLP) in the CPD (continuing professional development) pathway to enable teachers to enhance teaching and learning and improve their pedagogical practices as well. This SLP would again develop teachers’ ICT competencies to effectively integrate computers and other
 



Target group

The individuals interested in and involved in teaching and learning from GET phase to FET phase
 

Admission requirements

NQF level 5 qualification
 

Duration

1 year
 



Language medium

English
 

Registration periods

Year registration period: 1 December – 28 February
 

Tuition method

Blended Mode.
 

Kind of assessment

Formative assessment. Students must complete and pass two compulsory assignments in the SLP. Formative assessment during the year will consist of a combination of assessment styles including activities such as scenario types of questions, self-assessment tasks and reports. The assignments will contribute 20% to the final mark of the SLP. 
Summative assessment. Students must submit and pass a portfolio comprising of practice oriented activities which will assess ICT competencies in all unit standards. A sub minimum of 40% is required to pass the portfolio assessment which the formative assessment will not count. The student’s final mark will comprise a summative (80%) and formative assessment mark (20%). 
 
 



INTEGRATING INFORMATION COMMUNICATION AND TECHNOLOGIES (ICTs) IN TEACHING AND LEARNING ()
Syllabus/Content Topics
  • The selection of an appropriate ICT device to enable effective facilitation of a technology-integrated lesson.
  • The use of teaching methods and strategies in a technology -integrated lesson ( Methods e.g. inductive approach, deductive approach, problem solving and cooperative) strategies e.g. discussion, demonstration, questioning, drill/ practice and project.
  • Submission of two technology-integrated lesson plans that include the following: a lesson topic, content knowledge and skills to be achieved, teaching method and strategy, the use of ICTs in teaching and learning activities, a scenario and the assessment activities.
  • Identification of computer risks and describes how to prevent them.

 
 

Course leader

Dr AR Molotsi
DEd; Med; BEd; BA (Ed);Dip HRM
Discipline expertise: Former Computer Application Technology Teacher in Secondary School for 4 years. Acquired MEd in Computer Integrated Education. HOD 5 years. Deputy Principal 3 years, Lecturer 5 years
Contact details:
Email: molotar@unisa.ac.za
Mobile: 072 358 9662
Science and Technology Education
AJH van der Walt Building 7-46
Muckleneuck Campus
University of South Africa
 

Programme administrator(s)


Mr FA Mlambo
Contact details:
Email: mlambf@unisa.ac.za
Tel: + 27 12 429 4817
Fax: + 27 12 429 4800
Room 7-15, AJH Building
Muckleneuck Campus
University of South Africa