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Where we sit as a school


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Integrating ICT in the school

Integrating ICT in the school

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  • 1. Where we sit as a School Virgilio C. Boado, MA Ed. M Principal II Cuenca National High School
  • 2.
    • Developing an initiative and innovation to facilitate meaningful, evidence based change towards desirable outcomes.
  • 3. Studies show that:
    • The planning process is vitally important, the plan that results from this process is only one of the outcomes.
    • A successful plan includes a defined set of educational outcomes and a proposed pathway to try to get there.
    • A successful plan is not a shopping list or a budget, it involves much more than buying things.
  • 4. Studies show that:
    • Change in attitudes and thinking from planning can be more important than the ICTs themselves.
    • Good plans are developed by consensus and collaboration.
    • Good plans involve the whole community and are owned by them.
    • Good plans stress application across the whole curriculum.
    • Successful planners make informed decisions based on examining best practice elsewhere.
  • 5.
    • 21st Learning Curriculum
    Partnership for 21st Century Skills com_content&task = view&id =254&Itemid=120 Student Outcomes Support Systems
  • 6.
    • Focus on Personalised learning
    Passive Two way & Engaged Learning has little meaning Learning is meaningful Filling of a pail Lighting of a fire Teacher Driven Student empowered
  • 7. 5 Stages of Embedding ICT
  • 8. ■ Familiarisation Teachers are becoming increasingly aware of ICT, and may have attended some training, but often lack confidence and therefore reluctant to use it in their classroom teaching.
  • 9. ■ Utilisation Teachers are increasingly aware of the benefits of technology, and begin to incorporate it into teaching, often replacing former activities with ICT alternatives. This begins to have a beneficial effect on teaching and learning.
  • 10. ■ Integration Teachers are becoming increasingly familiar with appropriate use of ICT, and can integrate it into many aspects of their ongoing teaching. Teaching and learning are becoming significantly enhanced.
  • 11. ■ Reorientation The potential of ICT is now exploited to enable approaches which could not easily be replicated by traditional means. Teaching and learning begin to be significantly transformed.
  • 12. ■ Evolution The creative possibilities of ICT are being fully explored. ICT is developed in response to learners’ needs. Teaching and learning are significantly transformed.
  • 13. Different Possible Ways to Assess Impact
    • In-class observations
    • Teacher/ student surveys
    • Monitoring of planning
    • Evidence of student achievement and learning
    • Informal and formal discussions with staff/ students.