ICT In Education

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A Levels AS ICT (Section 6 - Uses Of ICT) Quiz on ICT In Education, created by thomaspickup on 03/21/2014.

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Question 1

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CAL Stands for Computers All Learn...
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  • True
  • False

Question 2

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OMR Stands For Optical Mark Reader...
Answer
  • True
  • False

Question 3

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BROMCOM is a prime example of...
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  • Smart card
  • Radio Singer
  • OMR
  • Radio Signals

Question 4

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The Description Below Describes What... Educational organisations can buy off-the-shelf or bespoke software which performs attendance and administration tasks and runs through the organisation’s intranet. The system can be used to register students using an online registration system, show exam entries and results, timetables, pastoral logs and learning support details.
Answer
  • Admin software on desktop computers
  • Biometric devices
  • Smart Cards
  • Radio signals

Question 5

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The Description Below Is Of What... Each student has their own smart/swipe card which they swipe through an electronic card reader, linked to a computer, at the beginning of registration and/or each lesson. This data is sent to the main office either by wireless or by file transfer.
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  • Admin software on desktop computers
  • Biometric devices
  • Smart Cards
  • Radio signals

Question 6

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The Description Below Is Of What... Iris-recognition and fingerprinting devices that decode the unique configuration of the students' eyes and/or fingerprints can be used to check if a student is present/ has entered the classroom.
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  • Admin software on desktop computers
  • Biometric devices
  • Smart Cards
  • Radio signals

Question 7

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The Description Below Is Of What... In some school each teacher has a hand-held or laptop computer with a wireless link to a central computer in the main administration office. The teachers fill in an electronic attendance form on the computer at the beginning of every lesson and this is transmitted to the office wirelessly.
Answer
  • Admin software on desktop computers
  • Biometric Devices
  • Smart Cards
  • Radio signals

Question 8

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How Are OMR Forms Made Electronic?
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  • camera phone
  • computer scanner
  • tablet device
  • they aren't

Question 9

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Tick The Advantages Of - COMPUTER ASSISTED LEARNING (3 Checks)
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  • Pupils work at own pace.
  • Pupils can gauge their own progress / instant feedback.
  • Interactive revision programs often contain quizzes - Quicker feedback in online tests/ Can gauge their own progress. / assess their own progress with online tests - Often after 3 tries the answer or clues will be given to them so progress is not restricted
  • Lack of personal support (close at hand) / no peer interaction.

Question 10

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Which Of These Are Advantages For - COMPUTER BASED TRAINING (3 Checks)
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  • Don’t have to be in the same location as teacher/pupils who are ill can keep up to date.
  • Flexibility of time for students
  • Students can access more courses since distance learning allows access to courses not taught in your school.
  • Pupils must be motivated to achieve their goals.

Question 11

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Which Of These Are Advantages For - COMPUTER BASED TRAINING (3 Checks
Answer
  • Don’t have to be in the same location as teacher/pupils who are ill can keep up to date.
  • Flexibility of time for students
  • Students can access more courses since distance learning allows access to courses not taught in your school.
  • Pupils must be motivated to achieve their goals.

Question 12

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What are 3 General Disadvantages Of Using ICT For Teaching And Learning?
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  • ICT is expensive and requires a great deal of capital investment which is constantly updated and has to be maintained. Maintenance contracts can run into thousands of pounds which take money away from traditional teaching materials such as books.
  • Richer schools will have greater resources so there is an unfair distribution of ICT resources and hence learning opportunities.
  • Distance learning does not provide the personal support needed by most students as and when they need it. The availability of support, advice and guidance is particularly crucial when a student lacks confidence or cannot interpret the written instruction. Over reliance e.g. if there is a power cut you cannot use it.
  • Students can access more courses since distance learning allows access to courses not taught in your school.

Question 13

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What are 3 General Disadvantages Of Using ICT For Teaching And Learning?
Answer
  • ICT is expensive and requires a great deal of capital investment which is constantly updated and has to be maintained. Maintenance contracts can run into thousands of pounds which take money away from traditional teaching materials such as books.
  • Richer schools will have greater resources so there is an unfair distribution of ICT resources and hence learning opportunities.
  • Distance learning does not provide the personal support needed by most students as and when they need it. The availability of support, advice and guidance is particularly crucial when a student lacks confidence or cannot interpret the written instruction. Over reliance e.g. if there is a power cut you cannot use it.
  • Students can access more courses since distance learning allows access to courses not taught in your school.
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