Embedding ICT across the curriculum – Hands on Support Project
Knowing Me, Knowing You
Promoting Community Cohesion and
Intercultural Understanding
“The project is an exciting
opportunity for pupils from
different ethnic backgrounds to
use ICT to share information
about their cultural customs and
traditions.”
“Knowing Me, Knowing You”
The project is an opportunity for schools to…
The project is an opportunity for primary and secondary
schools to:
Provide opportunities for their pupils to meet and work with
pupils from other ethnic backgrounds
Develop activities around the themes of “Intercultural
Understanding” and “Community Cohesion”
Work alongside Bilingual Advisory Teachers, Leading ICT
Teachers and other Educational Providers
Create links with community groups and establish a database
of contacts
Encourage their pupils to use digital resources and new
technologies to publish and share learning with other project
schools
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What will our schools and children be doing?
Partnerships and Schools will be invited to plan
Intercultural activities (involving in some instances
members of the local community) and publish details
of these on the project web-site:
Activities will include:
Food from different cultures
Music and Dance
Storytelling
Art
Religious Festivals
Activities can last a
lesson, a week or a
term. They will be a
wonderful opportunity
for pupils to meet ,
make new friends and
learn about other
cultures.
Places to visit
Learning a new language
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How will we share our work with others?
Pupils from all schools taking part in the project will
have the opportunity to publish their work on
“Making the News” and the Project Micro-site.
Pupils work can include:
Written reports
Multimedia presentations (including storybooks)
Audio files (stories, interviews, music)
Video files
Art Work
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How will we share our work with others?
Pupils will also have the opportunity to web
conference using FlashMeeting and post questions
for each other to answer on the project blog.
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How can we use ICT to record and present our work?
During the project all pupils will have access to a wide
range of ICT equipment and digital learning
resources. These include:
FlashMeeting
Making the News
Digital Cameras and Camcorders
Digital Voice Recorders
Cook IT!
Celebrating Languages
Comic Life
National Education Network Gallery
Audacity
E-mail/Blogging
Audio Network
Visit the National Education Network for details
about many of these applications
www.nen/gov.uk/
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Who can help? - Project Partners
Groups and organisations supporting the “Knowing
Me, Knowing You” project include:
ASK Hands on Support ICT Consultants
MCAS (KCC Bilingual Advisory Teachers)
MFL Leading Teachers
ICT Leading Teachers
South-East Grid for Learning Project Officers
Community Leaders
For details about what is happening across the
South-East region visit:
http://www.segfl.org.uk/microsites2/vkentknowing
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Publishing and Sharing our Learning with others
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Are you taking part?
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