I am making display boards to encourage my students to ask questions or at least be inquisitive about hardware taught in the Theory sections of Computer Applications Technology. I have taken the physical devices and […]
The first Hands-on Theory Conference was a great success – thank you to Marjorie Raijmakers who dared to share her dream with me! A big thank you to all the exhibitors as well as the teachers and […]
Teaching theory in Computer Applications Technology should not be done ‘theoretically’. There should be a practical, tangible element that students can physically engage with to reinforce the concepts being taught. I have decided to try […]
Here we go again I find, from time to time, that teachers in our awesome CAT & IT Teachers Facebook Group start chatting about the whole issue of why students seem to perform so poorly […]
For teachers who use the Study Opportunities textbooks for Computer Applications Technology (as I do), I have created an assessment for each module in the theory component for each grade (Grade 12 not available yet).
I am always gathering interesting articles that I think teachers can use for discussion points in class if they get the chance! It’s good to make one’s students aware of issues outside of the four […]
I have added a Grade 10 IT theory test to the shared resources. It consists of content covered in the Funworks textbook from Modules LU1 to LU3.