Australian Professional Standards for Teachers

Sports broadcasting


About this Illustration of Practice

The teacher, who is a member of the school's Professional Learning Team supports individual teachers at her school who are grouped according to experience and need in the area of information and communication technology (ICT). She provides support by responding to a teacher's particular curriculum needs, modeling for the teacher and for her students high-level challenges and high-level support. Within the grade 6 English class, these challenges enable students to enact and interact while recording and presenting simulated broadcasts of sporting events using multimodal technologies.

Standard 2
Know the content and how to teach it
Focus area 2.6
Information and Communication Technology (ICT)
Career stage
Highly Accomplished
Descriptor
Model high-level teaching knowledge and skills and work with colleagues to use current ICT to improve their teaching practice and make content relevant and meaningful.
Other descriptors
Standard 3
Plan for and implement effective teaching and learning
Focus area 3.4
Select and use resources
Career stage
Highly Accomplished
Descriptor
Assist colleagues to create, select and use a wide range of resources, including ICT, to engage students in their learning.
  1. What strategies does your school have for mentoring teachers to use a range of technologies in their classrooms?
  2. How do ICTs fit into your whole school plan?
  3. How do you see ICTs contributing to developing your students’ literacy skills?
Learning area
English
Year level
Year 6
Australian Curriculum content descriptions
ACELY1709
ACELY1816
ACELY1710
School
Wiley Park Public School
New South Wales
Year level
Year 6
Related subject
English
Stage of schooling
Primary
School type
Government
School location
Metropolitan
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The school is a co-educational primary school in the southwestern Sydney region. Ninety-six per cent of students come from homes where English is an additional language or dialect, including some from refugee backgrounds. The student group speaks thirty-nine languages and community language programs are offered in Arabic, Vietnamese and Samoan. The School Plan has a strategy to improve teacher use of ICT for learning. Arising out of this strategy, the teacher has been provided with time to support other teachers in their classrooms use ICT to improve their teaching practice and to make content more engaging for students.

Content provider
Organisation
Primary English Teaching Association Australia (PETAA)

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