Use of ITC is a core element within ViWoKids. It allows viewing and including art from home, local community and across the world.
Students can use their mobile phones or cameras to photograph art and images they wish to include in their heritage and study collections. A direct link to program files ensures fast and problem free transfer of images and information to program study files and collections.
Program tasks can be completed on computers or tablets. Personalized learning is guided and monitored by teachers, who have access for the study of each student. Individual collections are created and curated online.
When access to computers and tablets is limited students can work in teams and/or take turns. Teachers can project or print out tasks too. Drawing and making notes free hand is for some tasks a more purposeful way to proceed.
Whilst the use of ITC is central in ViWoKids approach, ITC is still and always only a tool. Responding to art should take place face to face with the original art work when possible. ViWoKids collections can be done from printed images when online access is not available.