DEC Scan Journal : Volume 34 Issue 3
2015 Volume 34, Issue 3 44 Contents Editorial Reflections Teaching & learning Research Curriculum support Share this Resource reviews • knowledge construction • problem-solving • use of ICT for learning. If teachers are not familiar with using Google Apps for Education in the classroom, this resource provides a useful framework for experimenting with these learning tools in the classroom. Both these resources are available to all students in Australian schools through Scootle. The Chinese question is available to all students in the Learning resources area of the Sydney Living Museum website. The Chinese question student response template References and further reading Board of Teaching & Educational Standards NSW 2015, NSW syllabus for the Australian curriculum: History K–10, accessed 7 July 2015. Edutopia 2014, ‘Five keys to rigorous project based learning’, YouTube, accessed 7 July 2015. Intel (nd), Curriculum-framing questions, accessed 7 July 2015. Microsoft Partners in Learning 2012, ‘21CLD learning activity rubrics’, itlresearch.com, accessed 7 July 2015. Simpson, I 2013, ‘Learning resources: engaging with Asia’, Scan 32(4), pp. 17-20.
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