Orientation Workshop - Glossary of terms

Orientation Workshop - Glossary of terms



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Application

A computer program (see program)

*source: UNESCO ICT Competency Framework for Teachers - Glossary (page 92-94)

Assessment for learning

A new name for formative assessment (see formative assessment)

*source: UNESCO ICT Competency Framework for Teachers - Glossary (page 92-94)

Authoring environment

Software for creating websites

*source: UNESCO ICT Competency Framework for Teachers - Glossary (page 92-94)

C

Capacity-building

Increasing people’s abilities, usually their ability to carry out their work, by improving their knowledge and skills

*source: UNESCO ICT Competency Framework for Teachers - Glossary (page 92-94)

Chat (online)

See Online Chat

Competency

The skills, knowledge and understanding needed to do something successfully

*source: UNESCO ICT Competency Framework for Teachers - Glossary (page 92-94)

Computer laboratories

A classroom full of computers so each student has their own computer to work on

*source: UNESCO ICT Competency Framework for Teachers - Glossary (page 92-94)

Course

A programme of study

*source: UNESCO ICT Competency Framework for Teachers - Glossary (page 92-94)

Curriculum

A list of the topics to be learnt in a course of study. (The terms ‘curriculum’ and ‘syllabus’ are used slightly differently in different countries, but essentially they both mean a list of what is to be learnt)

*source: UNESCO ICT Competency Framework for Teachers - Glossary (page 92-94)

Curriculum framework

A set of ideas and principles from which a more detailed curriculum or syllabus can be developed

*source: UNESCO ICT Competency Framework for Teachers - Glossary (page 92-94)


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