I’m afraid that the great clear-out is still not finished – if anyone knows of a blowtorch that will set light only to paper without igniting the building in which the paper is stored, please let me know. Anyway, As I need to continue with a job I half wish I’d never started, but also am disinclined to keep people waiting forever for another article, I thought I’d compromise by reposting the following article which first appeared on the original version of this website nearly three years ago, on 26th June 2008. If I have learnt anything from this mega-spring clean it’s that the tough questions don’t actually go away, they merely rematerialise in a different context. I think the questions posed in the following article are still relevant. What do you think?
Here are two questions you might like to use in order to get a discussion going with your colleagues.
They are both concerned with assessing ICT capability.
I'd be very interested in your thoughts on these matters.
Q1: If a student uses a wizard to achieve something with a software application, does that mean they are very ICT-literate, or not very ICT-literate?
Q2: How would you know?