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Naace: BSF Think Tank Bristol LA

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A thought provoking presentation that will assist local authorities and schools involved in future waves of BSF.

A thought provoking presentation that will assist local authorities and schools involved in future waves of BSF.

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  • 1. Presentation to BSF Think Tank 18 th July 2008 Ayleen Driver ICT Strategic Manager BSF [email_address]
  • 2. The schooling that we now offer young people was shaped by accidents of history for a world that we no longer live in. Tim Brighouse, Chief Adviser for London Schools
  • 3.
    • The sum of all human information might be at our finger tips, but what use do we make of it?
    • What opportunities do we provide for young people to communicate and collaborate?
    • Our children face a future of constant challenge and change.
    • How do we provide them with the skills and attributes they will need to thrive?
    • Relevant education has never been more necessary.
  • 4.  
  • 5. Professor Jean Rudduck, University of Cambridge “ Pupils have a lot to tell us about ways of strengthening their commitment to learning in school; they say they want: to be treated in more adult ways and to have more responsibility to have choices and make decisions more opportunities to talk about what helps and what hinders their learning.” <
  • 6.
    • Bristol’s ICT Strategy, based on:
      • Anywhere, anytime, device independent access to ICT resources and personal portfolios
      • Achieving 1:1 access ratio both at school and at home, including connectivity
      • A desire for students and their parents/carers to be actively engaged in the education process
      • Exploitation of technologies formerly associated with business or home use
  • 7.
    • ICT provides us with opportunities to make learning an active rather than passive process
    • ICT provides us with the opportunity to give fast, relevant, personalised feedback
  • 8.
    • We do not feel that we have secured a ‘good deal’ for our first BSF schools.
    • There are lessons to be learnt by all.
    • These are serious points but I hope to present them in a light way.
  • 9.  
  • 10. . . . .
  • 11. The
  • 12. KPIs
    • K ey P erformance I ndicators
    • K eep P eople I ncensed
    • K eep P upils I nert
    • K eep P rofit I ncreasing
    • K erb P otential I nnovation
  • 13.  
  • 14.  
  • 15. Beware be very aware
    • Jelly weapons
    • The new creatures
    • Wasted efforts
    • Chinese whispers
    • KPIs
    • Experts

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