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Summary of E-learning Planning Framework draft, NZ, Jan 2012

Summary of E-learning Planning Framework draft, NZ, Jan 2012

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  • 1. Even Lovely Principals Forget Edgy Logger's Painful Fell Elderly Lady Prevents Fondle Elephants Like Party Food
  • 2. E-learning Planning Framework (ELPF) Adapted from Ross Alexander, Te Toi Tupu http://www.scribd.com/fullscreen/60398709?access_key=key-1hvast9vsi2m885ryx2w
  • 3. A survey that helps schools reflect where they're at with ICT … and what to do next!
  • 4. ELPF
      • What is it?
      • Do we need it? Why?
      • Who's it for?
      • What does it look like?
      • What does it involve?
      • How does it affect the BoT?
  • 5. Background
      • Developed for MoE by a consortium
      • (Cognition, Core, Waikato Uni, NZCER)
      • Based on international models
      • (eg UNESCO, BECTA, ICTPD matrix)
      • Draft now, Final version June 2012
  • 6. What's the intended use?
      • to support schools to review their e-learning capability
      • not intended for externally evaluating schools performance
  • 7. Purpose of the ELPF
      • self-review tool ... evidence of practice ... identify where school is ... and next steps
      • evaluate effectiveness of programmes
      • provide & evaluate e-learning PD
  • 8. Who's it for?
      • Principals and e-learning leaders
      • Teachers
      • PD facilitators
  • 9. The 5 dimensions
      • Leadership and strategic direction
          • Vision, Leadership, Strategy & policy
      • Professional learning
      • Infrastructure and resourcing
          • Tools, Tech support & procurement
      • Teaching and Learning
      • Beyond the classroom
          • Community engagement
  • 10. Phases of ICT integration
      • Emerging
          • focus on using ICT
      • Engaging
          • used to supplement instruction
      • Enabling
          • community, student needs & use beyond
      • Empowering
          • ubiquitous, authentic, coconstruct learning
  • 11. Descriptors
      • Emerging Digital Citizenship
    • A growing awareness that digital citizenship defines the Key Competencies and Values in a digital environment.
    • Strategic documents identify the importance of digital citizenship.
  • 12. Descriptors Engaging Digital Citizenship Some Teachers can describe and model digital citizenship practices in their teaching. There are trial activities happening in the school. Some E-learning activities are designed to deliberately foster digital citizenship
  • 13. Descriptors
      • Enabling Digital Citizenship
    • A cohesive and connected approach to fostering digital citizenship across the whole school, actively involving students and staff is evident in documentation and classroom practice, responding to evidence -based need.
  • 14. Descriptors
      • Empowering Digital Citizenship
    • School-wide policy, curriculum design and classroom practices integrate digital citizenship, at all levels, with clear alignment to iterative school vision and strategy.
    • Teachers & students model desirable, safe, responsible behaviours & practices as successful digital citizens.
  • 15. Link to the draft Framework http://www.vln.school.nz elpf draft
  • 16. ELPF
      • What is it?
      • Do we need it? Why?
      • Who's it for?
      • What does it look like?
      • What does it involve?
      • How does it affect the BoT?
  • 17. Snells Beach School School Motto Learning for Life Vision Statement Snells Beach School will prepare children for successful futures and life-long learning through dynamic teaching and quality learning opportunities in a safe and nurturing environment.
  • 18. BOT want a school that F ocuses on students and their learning R espects the diversity of children F ocuses on future/prepares kids for life H as clear purpose, function; values base V ision Statement informs decisions S trong community relationship/presence R eflects make-up of whole community E ducates in professional/principled way
  • 19. Strategic goals 2011-2013 Educational Philosophy & Direction 1A well rounded education for every child. 1B values programme part of learning for life. 1C range of opportunities for children. 1D opportunities for creativity & strengths 1E link learning, local area and wider contexts. Student Achievement 2A strong base of student achievement data. 2B decisions consider student achievement data.
  • 20. Strategic goals 2011-2013 Student & Teacher Learning 3A meet needs - growth, achievement, excellence. Educational Practice 4A sustainable centre of excellence. 4B resource PD and leadership capacity growth. School Growth 5 managed growth
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