I love working with PGCE students- their enthusiasm is so uplifting and their ideas have not yet been tamed by schools, as we've all so sadly seen at times. When I first began my own PGCE I couldn't even use PowerPoint and had no idea what was out there to aid with our teaching and, far more importantly, to help our students' learning.
A few key questions to consider when thinking about using ICT, for me, are:
1) Could we do this better without ICT? Remember, it's not about the whizzes and the bangs, it's all about the learning! Just think of those hyperactive PowerPoints we've all seen.
2) Can we provide further purpose for learning by using ICT?
Although you might not find all, or any, of the things mentioned below in school when you begin placements. But it is worth asking if you can try things out, as schools really benefit from your fresh input of ideas as well as you learning from the skills and experience of the teachers already in the department. And if I can help at any point, feel free to yell!