One obvious way to use ICT is with interactive whiteboards. These will doubtless be on the walls of every classroom in the very near future. Even TVs, CD players, tape-recorders and overhead projectors can be thought of as ICT. The important thing is the context in which they are used. Instances might include:

listening to a story on a CD player while following the text in a book;

skipping through a DVD to find a particular piece of information;

using a digital voice recorder to interview a local historian about the area, then using that recording as part of a walking tour;

gathering data on the noise from a nearby road using sound sensors for an environmental science project.