HOW TO IMPLEMENT ICT INTO LEARNING SUCCESSFULLY<br />Asko Lippo<br />LearningEnvironmentResponsibilityArea<br />FinnishEdu...
18.5.2010<br />2<br />STRATEGIC STARTING POINT<br />According to Espoo’sstrategy2010 – 2012, allstudentswilluseinformation...
18.5.2010<br />3<br />WHY HAVE AN ICT STRATEGY<br />The objective set by Espoo: Allstudentswillregularlyuseinformation and...
Regularly – in otherwords, notrandomly, butplanned and based on curricula
 In differentsubjects – in accordancewith the objectives of curricula, supporting the study of differentsubjects</li></ul>...
18.5.2010<br />4<br />RESULTS OF IMPLEMENTATION <br />UTILISATION RATIO of learningenvironment<br />UTILISATION RATIO INCR...
18.5.2010<br />5<br />THE UTILISATION RATE OF OPIT-palveluIN ESPOO / 2004 - 2010<br />VARIOUS USERS MONTHLY<br />Asko Lipp...
18.5.2010<br />THE UTILISATION RATE OF OPIT-palveluIN ESPOO / 2004 - 2010<br />The annual number of users:<br />v. 2004 	t...
18.5.2010<br />Weekly<br />Almosthourly<br />Less<br />Monthly<br />Daily<br />Use of ICT in planning<br />Use of learning...
18.5.2010<br />8<br />IN BRIEF<br />The successfuldevelopment of electroniclearning is a<br />continuous, supporteddevelop...
18.5.2010<br />9<br />QUESTIONS TO WHICH ICT STRATEGY TRIES TO FIND THE BEST ANSWERS<br /><ul><li>Whatare the operationalo...
Howwill IT devicesbelocated in the school
Whowillberesponsible for maintenance of the devices, instruction in theiruse and useridentification (usernames and passwords)
Whatareeachschool’suse and operatingguidelines in differentsituations and howwilltheymake sure thateveryoneknowsthem
Howwill a schooltakemostintelligentadvantage of the city’scentralisedprocurement and maintenanceservices</li></ul>18.5.201...
18.5.2010<br />10<br />QUESTIONS TO WHICH ICT STRATEGY TRIES TO FIND THE BEST ANSWERS<br /><ul><li>Whatparticularenthusias...
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  1. 1. HOW TO IMPLEMENT ICT INTO LEARNING SUCCESSFULLY<br />Asko Lippo<br />LearningEnvironmentResponsibilityArea<br />FinnishEducationUnit<br />City of Espoo<br />
  2. 2. 18.5.2010<br />2<br />STRATEGIC STARTING POINT<br />According to Espoo’sstrategy2010 – 2012, allstudentswilluseinformation and communicationtechnologyregularly in differentsubjects. <br />The objective is thatthereshouldbeequalaccess to the use of information and communicationstechnology in classesconsistentwithlessonplans and curricula. <br />The use of informationtechnologywill help in achieving the objectives set for educational and learningresults.<br />100 schools- 3 000 teachers - 30 000 students<br />18.5.2010<br />Asko Lippo<br />2<br />
  3. 3. 18.5.2010<br />3<br />WHY HAVE AN ICT STRATEGY<br />The objective set by Espoo: Allstudentswillregularlyuseinformation and communicationstechnology in differentsubjects.<br /><ul><li>Allstudents – in otherwords, not just the mostenthusiastic…
  4. 4. Regularly – in otherwords, notrandomly, butplanned and based on curricula
  5. 5. In differentsubjects – in accordancewith the objectives of curricula, supporting the study of differentsubjects</li></ul>ICT strategy is a schoolspecificdevelopmentplan and itsimplementationwillsupportallschools in Espoo in achievingtheseobjectives. <br />18.5.2010<br />Asko Lippo<br />3<br />
  6. 6. 18.5.2010<br />4<br />RESULTS OF IMPLEMENTATION <br />UTILISATION RATIO of learningenvironment<br />UTILISATION RATIO INCREASE > Upper secondaryschoolsover 60% and <br />Primary and Secondaryschoolsover 80% <br />TEACHING AND LEARNING METHODS <br />TEACHING AND LEARNING METHODS ARE DEVELOPED to supportcurrentlearning<br />concepts > projectstudy and research-basedlearning<br />CHANGE IN OPERATING METHODS<br />THE USE OF AN ELECTRONIC LEARNING ENVIRONMENT DEVELOPS OPERATING <br />METHODS <br />Phenomenathathavearisenwiththe development:<br />> Morecommunalteaching and learningmethods<br />> Development of electroniccommunications - virtualschoolcommunities<br />> Support for networkedactivities – functioningvirtualcommunities<br />DEVELOPMENT OF PROFESSIONAL SKILLS<br />The adoption of an electroniclearningenvironmentdevelopssuchthings as change<br />management, project management skills, teachingmethods and communal<br />workingmethods and influencingskills<br />18.5.2010<br />Asko Lippo<br />4<br />
  7. 7. 18.5.2010<br />5<br />THE UTILISATION RATE OF OPIT-palveluIN ESPOO / 2004 - 2010<br />VARIOUS USERS MONTHLY<br />Asko Lippo<br />
  8. 8. 18.5.2010<br />THE UTILISATION RATE OF OPIT-palveluIN ESPOO / 2004 - 2010<br />The annual number of users:<br />v. 2004 tot. 15 646 differentusers<br />v. 2005 25 200<br />v. 2006 26 104<br />v. 2007 27 400<br />v. 2008 28 542<br />v. 2009 30 532 <br />Upper SecondaryPrimary and Secondary<br />2006 2007 2008 20092006 2007 2008 2009<br />Jan-Mar36,2 % 36,7 49,965,268,0 78,5 80,9 82,1<br />Apr-Jun35,7 48,749,955.666,5 66,2 70,0 67,9<br />Jul-Sep28,3 40,251,966,561,1 63,2 62,0 63,6<br />Oct-Dec36,1 49,263,674,874,6 77,7 76,9 81,9<br />Asko Lippo<br />6<br />
  9. 9. 18.5.2010<br />Weekly<br />Almosthourly<br />Less<br />Monthly<br />Daily<br />Use of ICT in planning<br />Use of learning and teaching technology<br />Students activity<br />Asko Lippo<br />7<br />
  10. 10. 18.5.2010<br />8<br />IN BRIEF<br />The successfuldevelopment of electroniclearning is a<br />continuous, supporteddevelopmentprocess.<br />Developmentfocuses on technology, skills and workmethods. <br />At itsbest, developmentworks on severallevels<br />simultaneously.<br />The objective of the developmentis to supportlearning. At the <br />sametime, the operation and development of the whole<br />educationalestablishment is supported.<br />18.5.2010<br />Asko Lippo<br />8<br />
  11. 11. 18.5.2010<br />9<br />QUESTIONS TO WHICH ICT STRATEGY TRIES TO FIND THE BEST ANSWERS<br /><ul><li>Whatare the operationalobjectives of the school and what is the role of IT in achievingtheseobjectives
  12. 12. Howwill IT devicesbelocated in the school
  13. 13. Whowillberesponsible for maintenance of the devices, instruction in theiruse and useridentification (usernames and passwords)
  14. 14. Whatareeachschool’suse and operatingguidelines in differentsituations and howwilltheymake sure thateveryoneknowsthem
  15. 15. Howwill a schooltakemostintelligentadvantage of the city’scentralisedprocurement and maintenanceservices</li></ul>18.5.2010<br />Asko Lippo<br />9<br />
  16. 16. 18.5.2010<br />10<br />QUESTIONS TO WHICH ICT STRATEGY TRIES TO FIND THE BEST ANSWERS<br /><ul><li>Whatparticularenthusiasm and skillsdoes the schoolalreadyhave and how is thisenthusiasmsupported, whatadditionalskillsaremostbadlyneeded, and how the knowledgecanbeshared in the schoolcommunity
  17. 17. Howdoes the schoolmakemostintelligentuse of the city’scentralisedcontinuingtrainingservices and otherpedagogicalsupport
  18. 18. Howdoes the schoolattempt to increaseparticipation and influence
  19. 19. Howdoesoneprovide the rightinformation at the righttimewith the leastpossibleeffort, includinggettinginformation to parents and guardians</li></ul>18.5.2010<br />Asko Lippo<br />10<br />
  20. 20. 18.5.2010<br />11<br />QUESTIONS TO WHICH ICT STRATEGY TRIES TO FIND THE BEST ANSWERS<br /><ul><li>Howare the academicyearplanning and implementation of ICT strategylinkedoperationally
  21. 21. How is evaluation of the implementation of ICT strategylinked to the wholeschool’sevaluationactivity
  22. 22. Howdoes the schooltry to predictdevelopments in opportunities to use IT</li></ul>18.5.2010<br />Asko Lippo<br />11<br />
  23. 23. 18.5.2010<br />12<br />PEDAGOGICAL MODELS<br />Open IT user behaviour that supports a sense of community and learning processes<br />Structured,<br />performance-oriented<br />ways of using IT<br />INNOVATIONS<br />Web-basedlearning<br />Networkedcommunities<br />Wikis, chats, blogs<br />Mobile devices etc.<br />Social web<br />Teaching applications<br />Working tool applications<br />Reports, presentations etc.<br />The use of IT improves <br />practices radically or <br />creates completely <br />new ones<br />The use of IT<br />is adapted to <br />prevailing practices<br />18.5.2010<br />Asko Lippo<br />12<br />
  24. 24. 18.5.2010<br />13<br />IMPLEMENTATION OF ICT STRATEGY AS PART OF THE WHOLE SCHOOL’S DEVELOPMENT<br />CanICT teachingpracticedevelopwithoutdevelopment of the wholeworkingcommunityororganisation<br /><ul><li>THE WHOLE COMMUNITY IS RESPONSIBLE FOR THE DEVELOPMENT OF TEACHING METHODOLOGIES</li></ul>Students and parentsareincluded in ICT development<br />Howdo the objectives and significance of ICT usedifferbetweencomprehensiveeducation and uppersecondaryeducation<br />18.5.2010<br />Asko Lippo<br />13<br />
  25. 25. 18.5.2010<br />14<br />CENTRALISED SUPPORT FOR SCHOOL-SPECIFIC IMPLEMENTATION OF ICT STRATEGY<br />Infrastructureservicessuch as equipmentprocurement and supportservices, networks<br />Continuingtrainingservices<br />Developmentsupport<br />Schooladministrationsystem<br />Support for electroniclearning<br />18.5.2010<br />Asko Lippo<br />14<br />
  26. 26. 18.5.2010<br />15<br />ICT PROJECTS FOR THE FINNISH EDUCATION UNIT<br />Developmentstrategies<br /><ul><li> Espoo Upper SecondarySchoolICT strategy
  27. 27. By Learningand Succeeding –project
  28. 28. Development of the learningenvironment</li></ul>Development of continuingtraining in ICT<br />Development of information systems<br />Other development and experimental projects<br />18.5.2010<br />Asko Lippo<br />15<br />
  29. 29. 18.5.2010<br />16<br />Developingskills<br />Education<br />proceeds in<br />stages<br />> Several paths <br />to personal implementation<br />Maintaining<br />enthusiasm<br />Renewal,<br />development<br />> Motivation and <br />commitment<br />increase<br />Management<br />Headteachers’ skills <br />have to be considered<br />THE CORNERSTONES OF SUCCESSFUL <br />IMPLEMENTATION OF ICT<br />Implementingstrategy<br />Implementationmusthaveclearlydefinedobjectives<br />Implementationmustproceedthroughclearmeasures<br />Functioning of <br />infrastructure<br />Sufficientequipment<br />and a functional<br />productionenvironment<br />arerequired<br />Evaluation<br />Continuous feedback <br />is important for <br />managing development<br />18.5.2010<br />Asko Lippo<br />16<br />

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