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Naace Strategic Conference 2009 - Promoting ICT In Building Schools for the Future - Steve Moss, Strategic Director, Partnership for Schools
 

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    Naace Strategic Conference 2009 - Promoting ICT In Building Schools for the Future - Steve Moss, Strategic Director, Partnership for Schools Naace Strategic Conference 2009 - Promoting ICT In Building Schools for the Future - Steve Moss, Strategic Director, Partnership for Schools Presentation Transcript

    • Promoting I C T in BSF nnovation hange Management ransformation Steve Moss, Strategic Director – ICT Partnerships for Schools
    • Innovate (vb): to do things differently in order to do them better
    • Why innovate?
      • to enable greater creativity, flexibility, learner input
      • to deliver a more personalised educational system
      • to foster new skills amongst learners.
      • to develop new relationships and ways of working,
      • to update approaches
      • to harness the collective social capital and skills of school communities
      • to deliver better learning and teaching.
    • What do we mean by transformative innovation?
      • not just simple, incremental improvement or addition
      • radical innovation that challenges our assumptions about how we do things.
      • asking questions about the status quo, about accepted practice and about the prevailing ‘logic’ that permeates the system.
      • Taking a creative approach to problems which breaks down existing patterns of mind and develops new ways of doing and seeing things.
    • Source: The power and potential of well being indicators .[Nottingham study] NEF 2004 I enjoy school activities School is interesting I learn a lot at school Secondary sch % ‘strongly agreeing’ Primary school % ‘strongly agreeing’ Question: 65% I enjoy school activities 65% School is interesting 71% I learn a lot at school Primary school % ‘strongly agreeing’ Question: 18% 65% I enjoy school activities 12% 65% School is interesting 18% 71% I learn a lot at school Secondary sch % ‘strongly agreeing’ Primary school % ‘strongly agreeing’ Question:
      • “ Powerful tensions exist between traditional curricula -based on well-defined content and rules for students to learn and be able to reproduce – and the open, skills-based, student-centred approaches supported by ICT.
      • Dominant curricular and organisational patterns in school were not designed for the Internet age, and often inhibit its effective use. ICT offers some gain for traditional curriculum delivery, but its full educational potential cannot be realised without radical changes in school structures and methodologies . ”
      • OECD, Learning to Change: ICT in Schools (2001), p15
      • Learning through attention:
        • Books
        • Blackboards
        • TV
        • Overhead projectors
        • PowerPoint
        • Podcasts
        • ‘ Interactive’ whiteboards
        • Classroom management software
        • Inquiry-based learning
        • Constructivism
        • Mediated learning
        • Discovery learning
        • Learning as conversation
        • Problem-based learning
        • Reflective practice
        • Meta-cognition
        • Experiential learning
        • Social constructivism
        • Situated learning
        • Interactive whiteboards
        • Voting systems
        • Modelling tools and simulations
        • Wikis and Blogs
        • Texting
        • Creating podcasts
        • Discussion forums
        • Online mentors
        • Online conferences
    • Innovation and BSF
      • LAs and schools are procuring a partner in innovation and change management, not just an ICT supplier
      • Innovation through BSF
      • Innovation around BSF
      • What are the opportunities / challenges for the ICT industry?
    • ICT as ….
      • An integral part of the building design
        • Building management systems
        • Intelligent buildings
      • An integral part of the learning spaces
        • Not just interactive whiteboards, projectors and laptop trolleys
      • A compelling virtual space
      • A means of achieving better children’s services and community regeneration
    • Bidding innovation
      • New ICT output specification for Wave 6 onwards
      • How innovative can ICT bidders be in these areas?
        • Personalisation of learning and curriculum
        • 14-19 continuity
        • Inclusion
        • Wider Children’s Services
        • CPD and change management
        • Management and administration
        • Community access and use of ICT
        • Implications for Design of Physical Environments for Learning
    • Procurement Possibilities
      • Status quo
      • ICT separately
      • ICT early and reversed into LEP
      • Regional aggregation (IESE)
      • A new Framework (with Becta)
    • Thank you [email_address]