C.L.E.M

This week (Week 11), we are learning about a new acronym C.L.E.M. The C.L.E.M framework has four components which focus on developing ones knowledge on how to effectively use ICT to amplify and transform student learning. Here is a brief deconstruction of the framework:

  • Community – communities typically develop useful knowledge and resources on how to use ICT for learning and teaching.
  • Literature – Research can provide useful insights into what works and what doesn’t.
  • Examples – easiest to learn about a new ICT from examples, examples can be great inspiration for your own lessons.
  • Model – ICTs have a particular model embedded into it, knowing the model and words to describe the components can be much simpler.

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