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National Assessment Program – ICT Literacy years 6 & 10

Posted on 18 Nov 2015 with 0 comments
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ACARA conducts a National Assessment Program (NAP) aimed at measuring ICT literacy. Every three years since 2005, a sample of Year 6 and Year 10 students from across Australia have been tested to determine their ICT knowledge, understanding and skills and their ability to use ICT creatively, critically and responsibly. This report provides the results of 10,562 Australian students by state, territory and student sub-groups and provides details of their achievement on the most recent test of ICT literacy. In addition to the test of ICT knowledge and skills, students were surveyed about their ICT perceptions and their use of ICT in schools and at home.


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