CLEM (Community, Literature, Examples, Model)

Clem is framework that help us to scaffold our learning in the hope to amplify and transform student learning.

Community: the what, where and how

  • Who will use the ICT?
  • How are they using ICT?
  • Are there different communities and is there use different?
  • Where can you find help when needed.
  • Observe how the community utilises ICT and find out how to engage with this community.

 

Literature: Research material that supports the use of ICT in teaching to improve student learning.

  • What research material is out there to support ICT enhancing student learning.
  • How to use and teach with ICT.
  • Identified problems and limitations.

Examples: find great examples of what others are doing.

  • What are they doing to enhance student learning with ICT?
  • How are they using ICT?
  • What does this mean for me?

Model: Identify the model that it designed, programmed and embedded into the ICT.

  • How does it work?
  • Is there any terminology or jargon that is associated with software?
  • How is this software different from others? Any benefits over others
  • What could go wrong and how can I fix it?
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