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Author Banes, David.

Title IT for all : developing an IT curriculum for pupils with severe or profound and multiple learning difficulties / David Banes and Caroline Coles, with contributions from Carol Thornett and Richard Walter.

Published London : D. Fulton Publishers, 1995.

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 UniM Giblin Eunson  371.910941 BANE    AVAILABLE
Physical description 55, [1] p. : ill. ; 30 cm.
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references (p. [56]).
Contents 1. Cracking the Code - Understanding IT. IT in the National Curriculum. IT Capability. Developing Ideas and Communicating Information. Information Handling. Modelling. Measurement and Control. Applications and Effects. IT and the Whole Curriculum -- 2. Establishing Physical Access. Starting Out. The Interface. Recognising the Need. Assessment. Case Studies. Using Computers and software to assess -- 3. Planning and Recording. Setting Objectives. Planning to ensure progression in access. Switch Progression. Developing Individual IT Capability. Recording. Goals -- 4. Extended Programmes of Study. Milestones. Communicating Information. Handling Information. Modelling. Measurement and Control. Applications and Effects -- 5. Using the Milestones as an aid to planning. Individual Needs. Programmes of Study -- 6. IT and Integrated Schemes of Work. Topic + Structure. Topics. Individual Programmes. ISW. Integrated Lessons. Modules. IT as a focus for ISW's -- Conclusion: IT for all.
Other author Coles, Caroline.
Subject Children with disabilities -- Education -- Great Britain -- Data processing.
Learning disabled children -- Education -- Great Britain -- Data processing.
Computer-assisted instruction -- Great Britain.
Educational technology -- Great Britain.
Curriculum planning -- Great Britain.
ISBN 1853463094