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    • Information and Technology Development Plan, 2006 -2010<br />PLAN<br />Somerville Intermediate School <br />Revised May 2011.<br />Teacher CapabilityOUTCOME: Teachers have the confidence and capability to effectively integrate eLearning into their professional practice.ActionWe will have achieved this whenResponsibilityTimeTo provide access to internet based professional development resources.To provide an induction process for staff.Identify and provide access to relevant online resources. (through the EBE Wiki, VLN)Curriculum LeadersOn-goingCreate and maintain a website that provides SIS teachers with access to relevant professional development resources. (EBE Wiki, VLN)ICT TeamOn-goingOUTCOME: The eLearning professional development programme focuses on effective teaching, ICT literacy, and understanding the potential of eLearning to support learning across the curriculum.ActionWe will have achieved this whenResponsibilityTimeUtilize proven professional development programmesImplement a four tier professional development programmePrincipal, ICT specialist, BOTUp to 12 months prior to eventPersonalised Learning:Teacher to teacher working collaboratively.Customised training: (on site) Jacqui SharpeCurriculum TeamsICT specialistPlan developed at the beginning of the school year and reviewed during the year.Targeted training: That develops teacher experts for the various applications of ICT. Eg. One day courses.Curriculum TeamsICT specialistIn House training:That utilises in-house experts to provide training on an as needed bases. Curriculum TeamsICT specialistOnline trainingUtilises online material to provide training. Eg. Google Educators.Conferences:Staff participates early in the year in Learning@School, uLearn<br />Teacher CapabilityOUTCOME: Teachers use online communities of practice to strengthen collegial support, professional dialogue, and reflective practice.ActionWe will have achieved this whenResponsibilityTimeSupport the use of online learning communities for the exchange of knowledge and information.Staff joining the Ministry’s Virtual Learning Network (VLN) and/or Professional Learning Networks (PLN)Management, ICT team, StaffOn-goingOUTCOME: There is a clear and consistent understanding of the fluencies related to eLearning across the school and their relationship to the key competencies.ActionWe will have achieved this whenResponsibilityTimeWithin the development of curriculum areas at SIS curriculum teams will include multiple literacy, digital citizenship and key competencies. Planning and assessment templates show a common understanding, agreement on and support of the literacies, their relationships and their contribution to the key competencies.Curriculum teams2010<br />LeadershipOUTCOME: Teachers have the confidence and capability to effectively integrate eLearning into their professional practice.ActionWe will have achieved this whenResponsibilityTimeTo provide senior management access to strategic leadership tools.Identify and provide access to relevant ICT resources. Senior managementOn-goingCreate and maintain a website that provides SIS senior management with access to relevant professional development resources. (EBE Wiki)Setup:On-goingTo provide training for senior management in the various e-admin packages.Senior management provide support and direction to the school community in the use of these packages.Senior ManagementOn-goingOUTCOME: The Board of Trustees and the wider school community understand the role of eLearning in the schools future.ActionWe will have achieved this whenResponsibilityTimeTo inform the wider school community of the schools eLearning planInformation is easily accessible on the school website.BOT, Admin, ICT TeamWIP School events showcase the use if ICT within the curriculum.All staff (through ALJ’s)On-goingOUTCOME: The school leaders and Board of Trustees understand the need for and have appropriate cyber security and safety policies in the school.ActionWe will have achieved this whenResponsibilityTimeTo review and where necessary implement changes to ensure the network environment remains safe.Reliable cyber security measures are in places at all times.ICT TeamOn-goingICT internet user policy is reviewed annually to ensure it meets the changing ICT environment.BOTOn-going<br />Learning Resources and Curriculum MaterialsOUTCOME: Online learning environments are widely used to support effective learning and teaching.ActionWe will have achieved this whenResponsibilityTimeInvestigate and implement strategies that will encourage staff to use online learning environments as an integrated component of the curriculum.Identify and provide access to relevant ICT resources. ICT SpecialistWIPIdentify relevant online learning environments and inform the teaching staff of their use within the classroom programme.Curriculum TeamsWIPIdentify and provide access to relevant online resources related to quality te reo MaoriTe reo MaoriCurriculum Teams2010OUTCOME: High-quality digital content is easily accessible.ActionWe will have achieved this whenResponsibilityTimeTo provide knowledge of and easy access to digital resources within the school.Identify and obtain relevant high quality digital resources for classroom use. (digitise library resources)Resource ManagerCurriculum teams2010The staff are informed about and use of the digital resources available in the school.All Staff2010OUTCOME: There is increased availability of quality te reo Maori digital content that reflects localised dialects and idioms.ActionWe will have achieved this whenResponsibilityTimeTo provide knowledge of and easy access to te reo Maori digital resources within the schoolIdentify and obtain relevant high quality te reo Maori digital resources for classroom use.Resource ManagerCurriculum teams2010The staff is informed about and use of the te reo Maori digital resources available in the school.All Staff2010<br />Learning Resources and Curriculum MaterialsOUTCOME: Teacher-developed digital content and resources are available for use across the school.ActionWe will have achieved this whenResponsibilityTimeDevelop an environment where SIS teachers can develop, publish and access teaching resources online.All unit planning is published on the SMS and available for use school wide. All staff2011A content management system is developed that allows teachers to publish a variety of teacher for teacher resources. ICT Technician2011OUTCOME: There is an increased number of relevant and engaging educational contexts provided through the medium of ICT.ActionWe will have achieved this whenResponsibilityTimeUse ICT to open up new and different ways of learning within all classroom programmes classes.Students can easily create, record and publish digital content in a variety of forms, for a variety of uses both within and outside the school community.BOT, Specialist teachers, All staffOn-goingThe teaching staff have the resources to allow them to deliver the curriculum using innovative techniques that would be difficult to provide in a non-ICT environment.BOT, All StaffOn-goingOUTCOME: There is an increased range of high-quality digital resources available in Pasifika languages.ActionActionActionTo provide knowledge of and easy access to Pasifika digital resources within the schoolIdentify and obtain relevant high quality Pasifica digital resources for classroom use.Resource ManagerCurriculum teamsOn-goingThe staff are informed about and use of the Pasifika digital resources available in the school.All StaffOn goingOUTCOME: High-quality ICT solutions for learning are identified and explored.ActionWe will have achieved this whenResponsibilityTimeEnsure that a broad range of quality software is provided.Identify and implement relevant, high-quality ICT solutions from both the MOE and other sources.ICT teamCurriculum leaders.On-going<br />eLearning and Family, Whanau, and community ParticipationOUTCOME: The school has access to levels of bandwidth that meets its educational needs.ActionWe will have achieved this whenResponsibilityTimeMonitor the development of high-speed networks in the local community.The school broadband access and capacity are at the maximum available for the use of the internet for educational purposes. ICT teamICT TechnicianOn-goingOUTCOME: There is increased public understanding of the importance of digital citizenship and ICT.ActionWe will have achieved this whenResponsibilityTimeTo celebrate good practice and the schools success with ICT within the community.School events showcase the use of ICT within the curriculum.The school showcases to the professional learning community through bus tours/visiting schools.BOT, Admin, ICT TeammaintainOUTCOME: There is increased community participation in school ICT activities and the use of ICT facilities.ActionWe will have achieved this whenResponsibilityTimeTo provide the wider school community with access to information via the school website.Information is easily accessible on the school website.BOT, Admin, ICT TeamWIP<br />eLearning and Evidence-based PracticeOUTCOME: There is increased knowledge and understanding of eLearning and emerging technologies.ActionWe will have achieved this whenResponsibilityTimeDevelop an expectation that SIS teachers will research, publish and access material relevant to SIS.Teachers publish aspects of their learning on line for others to comment on.ICT teamDec 2007OUTCOME: There is increased knowledge and understanding of the effectiveness of eLearning in educational outcomes and school change.ActionWe will have achieved this whenResponsibilityTimeResearch and evaluate Ministry eLearning initiatives.The school makes informed decision regarding the implementation of Ministry eLearning initiatives.Senior ManagementICT teamOn goingCreate a website that provides SIS teachers with access to relevant resources.ManagementWebmasterSetup:2007Maintenance:On-going<br />eLearning and Infrastructure, Systems and StandardsOUTCOME: To have a sustainable and effective ICT infrastructure that meets the eLearning and e-administration needs.ActionWe will have achieved this whenResponsibilityTimeContinue to develop an integrated asset management system for ICT.Assets can be tracked and managed effectively.ICT Specialist2007Purchasing decisions are made with reference to the current and future ICT requirements. BOTOn goingTo develop a network that meets the evolving needs of SIS A robust and reliable infrastructure is developed to enable podcasting and video links within and outside the school network.BOT2007To use the TELA and Principals MOE schemes to provide teachers with reliable, quality laptops.All eligible teachers have a TELA laptop (or loan laptop) to provide easy access to arrange of ICT tools and allow them to participate in the school ICT environment.BOT, ICT specialistOn goingEnsure that software and hardware are dependable, cost effective, user friendly and provide an educational advantage.New and existing MOE initiatives are utilised.Principal, BOT, ICT specialist in conjunction with relevant groups.On goingHardware purchases take into account the needs of the whole school environment.Software purchases ensure a variety of teaching situations are provided for.OUTCOME: Enable the library to link learners with information and with each other within the virtual learning community.ActionWe will have achieved this whenResponsibilityTimeTo provide a standards-based integrated library system with web access.The school uses the library system to organise and provide access to the majority of school resources.BOT, resource manager2007<br />eLearning and Infrastructure, Systems and StandardsOUTCOME: To have access to timely and effective ICT support.ActionWe will have achieved this whenResponsibilityTimeTo provide an ICT environment where staff are able to rely on technology.Continue to use on site technical support that is able to respond to the school’s needs.BOTOn going, reviewed, Octutilise cloud solutions to support ICT at SIS.ICT Team2011OUTCOME: To have access to a reliable, high-speed internet connection.ActionWe will have achieved this whenResponsibilityTimeMonitor and maintain the most effective internet connectionThe school broadband access and capacity allows full use of the internet for educational purposes.ICT TeamOn goingOUTCOME: To have access to a dedicated educational network.ActionWe will have achieved this whenResponsibilityTimeTo utilise the proposed Advanced NetworkThe internal infrastructure enables reliable access to the proposed Advanced Network.BOT, ICT TeamongoingNew and relevant MOE initiatives are utilised.Principal, ICT Team, All staffOn goingStaff are informed of and use the resources available in the school.OUTCOME: Appropriate security and privacy mechanisms are in placeActionWe will have achieved this whenResponsibilityTimeTo provide a safe and secure web environment.The web environment allows all to maximise the educational opportunities available on the web within a safe environment.ICT TeamOn goingActionWe will have achieved this whenResponsibilityTimeTo utilise the Virtual Learning Network.The internal infrastructure enables reliable access to the proposed Virtual Learning Network.BOT, ICT Team2008New and relevant MOE initiatives are utilized.Principal, ICT Team, All staffOn goingStaff are informed of and use the resources available in the school.On goingeLearning and Administration and Support SystemsOUTCOME: To have student management and information systems to deliver improved education outcomes.ActionWe will have achieved this whenResponsibilityTimeTo implement as many relevant components of the SMS package and Enrol.Data is managed efficiently, enabling easy entry and use.Senior ManagementAdminDec 2007Develop systems that ensure data is used efficiently within the school and with outside agencies.Data is entered once and shared electronically throughout the school and beyond.ICT team, Admin Assessment team2008To implement as many relevant components of e-asTTle.E-asttle is used as a tool to improve professional practice.Senior Management2007OUTCOME: To use the central electronic register for the exchange of data between schools, improving enrolment management.ActionWe will have achieved this whenResponsibilityTimeTo maintain consistent and accurate processes for enrolling and transitioning students in line with MOE.All relevant staff undertake the training provided by the MOE.PrincipalOn goingEnrolment and transition procedures are managed by one person.Principal’s Secretary2007The school uses an electronic register to manage the enrolment history of students.Admin Team2008OUTCOME: Increase the capability of the schoolActionWe will have achieved this whenResponsibilityTimeTo provide training for admin staff in the various e-admin systems.The admin staff are confident and capable in their use of IT application tools.Admin TeamOn going<br />Glossary<br />Advanced Network<br />The Advance Network will comprise an optical network “backbone” linking research and education institutes in Auckland, Hamilton, Palmerston, Wellington, Christchurch and Dunedin with regional connections to Hawkes Bay, Nelson and Rotorua.<br />Broadband<br />High-speed transmission. The term is commonly used to refer to communications lines or services at T1 rates (1.544 Mbps) and above.<br />MUSH networks<br />MUSH network by definition refer to urban fibre networks. MUSH stands for Municipal, University, Schools and Hospitals. While Urban Fibre Networks are an important part of the Broadband Challenge, they are not the only way we will partner with local areas to bring enhanced Broadband services.<br />Online Learning Communities<br />Online Learning Communities (OLC) are communities of learners that exist in online learning environments. Information technology is used, via Internet designed programs, to advance social and intellectual dialogue among learners who are physically separated from each other.<br />Virtual Learning Network<br />The Virtual Learning Network supports the concept of classrooms without walls, where students and educators have the flexibility to connect with their classes 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Where a rich and diverse range of courses, programmes and activities, from Early Childhood through to Tertiary, are offered by New Zealand based educators.<br />eLearning<br />Learning that takes place in the context of using the Internet and associated web-based applications as the delivery medium for the learning experience.<br />ICT<br />Information and Communication Technology<br />Multiple Literacy<br />