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  • 1. p2v : wp5 the view from northern ireland
  • 2. professor john anderson, eti geraldine taggart, rtu byron evans, rtu averil morrow, selb
  • 3. the schools
    • Ashfield Girls’ High School, Belfast, Northern Ireland
    • BG/BRG/Borg, Eisenstadt, Austria
    • Skeiene, Sandes, Rogaland, Norway
    • St Columb’s College, Derry, Northern Ireland
    • Skovvangsakolen, Allerod, Denmark
    • Centre Educatiu Jacint Verdaguer, Catalonia, Spain
    • St Pius X High School, Magherafelt, Northern Ireland
    • Bjerregrav Skole, Randers , Denmark
    • Charlottenlund Lower Secondary,Trondheim, Norway
    • St Patrick’s Primary School, Dungannon
    • St Patrick’s Grammar School, Armagh, Northern Ireland
    • Lindegaardskole, Lyngby, Denmark
    • Godoy, Alesund, Norway
  • 4. methodology
    • triads of schools are more effective than pairs
    • the becta self review framework was effective
    • everyone found learning gains hard to judge
    • cultural differences are significant
    • more follow-up should be planned
  • 5. we learnt from norway, denmark, austria & catalonia
    • aims not often documented, which inhibits self-evaluation
    • extensive use of online resources (replacing textbooks)
    • a wide range of electronic resources
    • more laptops and mobile devices
    • trusting students on the internet without filters
  • 6. we also learnt about
    • online professional development
    • headteachers having little say over professional development courses
    • a greater consensus about constructivist pedagogy
    • an emphasis on ict skills for lifelong learning
    • portfolios evidence of practice with ict
  • 7. and also
    • lack of a progression framework
    • and of mapping and recording
    • little evidence of monitoring and evaluation of the impact of ICT on learning
    • ict support for schools is dependent on parental support
    • ict used comprehensively to inform parents
  • 8. visitors to n.i. learnt about
    • the autonomy of principals
    • the organisational structure of schools
    • high levels of spend centrally & by schools
    • the predominance of desktops
    • limited wireless and mobile computing
    • support for teachers & their ict skills
    • some teachers who still avoid using ict
    • their lack of judgement choosing ict resources
  • 9. and also about
    • a highly organised timetable which may reduce spontaneity
    • curriculum reform and a new emphasis on skills
    • regular assessment and monitoring
    • but less reporting to parents
    • some evidence of learning gains, others of poor use of ict
  • 10. references
    • twelve wp5 reports available on:
    • uk becta self-review framework at: