Taught in Bachelor in pre-school teacher education 2-year SOV-program for Bachelors or Masters
Theory [A] 63.0
Exercises [B] 0.0
Training and projects [C] 0.0
Studytime [D] 120.0
Studypoints [E] 4
Level introductory
Credit contract? Unrestricted access
Examination contract? Unrestricted access
Language of instruction Dutch
Lecturer Ilse Baetsle
Reference LGKLEI02A00010
Key words
Communication skills

The students are able to make use of the most common media in their lessons. They are able to make a justified and critical choice from the various media available (blackboard, slide projector, cd-I, the internet, …). In addition, they know how to find the proper contents and to judge them. If necessary, they must be able to generate the contents themselves and download them by means of a word processor or through the internet.

- the classic media include: blackboard, slide projection, overhead projection, sound recording and reproduction, CD, photo CD, didactical photography, …
- computer science and word processing include basic operations for operation systems; the preparation of stencils for pupils and the preparation of lessons through a word processing programmes; to be able to selectively search on the internet;
- multi-media include the use of a CD-ROM, to be able to send e-mails and answer e-mails, to consult the internet.

No prerequisite.

Final Objectives

Materials used
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- "Mediakunde in de lerarenopleiding algemene mediakunde" (unpublished course book) by Lucas De Cocker and Dirk Degraeuwe,
- "Word 97 voor Windows" (unpublished course book) by Johan Martens,
- "Inleiding tot de elektronische informatiebronnen" (unpublished course book) by Lucas De Cocker,
- "Audio en Visie in de lerarenopleiding" (unpublished course book) by Lucas De Cocker, Karolien Nijs and Dirk Degraeuwe.

Study costs
Expected study costs: BEF 700 or EUR 17.35.

Study guidance
Monitoring, each day of the week from 12.30 am to 1.30 pm
The students can make use of the equipment and infrastructure of the media centre by appointment.

Teaching Methods
Most learning contents (skills) are treated theoretically and/or demonstrated practically in class first. These skills are practised partly during the lessons by means of tasks which become gradually increasingly difficult; some learning contents must be assimilated completely through self-study.

- permanent evaluation; examination in June;
- written and/or oral examination.

Karolien NIJS