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This presentation has been prepared by Douglas Harre and Marg McLeod for the Learning without Limits ultra-fast broadband seminars - currently being held around the country (August 2010).

This presentation has been prepared by Douglas Harre and Marg McLeod for the Learning without Limits ultra-fast broadband seminars - currently being held around the country (August 2010).

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  • ICT is a key enabler of education in the 21 st century ICT use in education will be pervasive ICT key driver in modern economy across all sectors Our students, teachers and wider community need to be engaged Global impact of Internet technologies greatest since invention of the printing press in 14 something
  • Illustrating the way in which technology has impacted education Key thing is transition from analogue to digital
  • Check with asttle team
  • < 20% East Cape and Northland students have access to internet at home compared with >98% on the North Shore (last census).
  • Note Telecom zoning issues around schools Zone 1 and 2 (UFB schools…..towns with >500 lines and therefore have cabinetisation project underway) Zone 3 ab …RBI will kick into these zones…these will be the last parts to get FTTN Zone 4 – Remote schools – 100 or so…..generally small and far from fibre (currently). Primary target for RSBI Remote MAY be easier
  • Douglas to get maps
  • Note Telecom zoning issues around schools Zone 1 and 2 (UFB schools…..towns with >500 lines and therefore have cabinetisation project underway) Zone 3 ab …RBI will kick into these zones…these will be the last parts to get FTTN Zone 4 – Remote schools – 100 or so…..generally small and far from fibre (currently). Primary target for RSBI
  • These are the areas we are going to cover for you today
  • This needs clarity!! Post BC.
  • Make it clear that the internal network upgrade is an important part of being able to utilise fibre. Talk about the total cost of getting access. Fibre Access charges Cost of upgrading your network to deal with that.
  • ICT PD programme has been very influential – early promise of an e-learning transformation and connected school system has remained largely unrealised as yet – while other countries have invested heavily in a more coherent approach in terms of infrastructure, NZ has got much right in terms of a focus on change and pedagogy and networked people – the grass roots. Underlying principles Principles that underpin the development of the ICT PD programme model are: Collaboration and sharing of practice and are critical components of effective professional learning. Teachers’ competence and confidence in ICT is critical in preparing students to participate successfully in the 21st century society and workforce. Integrating ICT in the education system (via appropriate and relevant government and sector initiatives) can transform the way teachers teach and students learn by opening access to a wider range of learning opportunities for more students. ICTs will assist teachers and schools to undertake the required administrative processes more efficiently and effectively. School leaders are best placed to make decisions about how to meet their school’s PD requirements. WITH SUPPORT
  • Underlying principles Principles that underpin the development of the ICT PD programme model are: Collaboration and sharing of practice are critical components of effective professional learning. Teachers’ competence and confidence in ICT is critical in preparing students to participate successfully in the 21st century society and workforce. Integrating ICT into the education system (via appropriate and relevant government and sector initiatives) can transform the way teachers teach and students learn by opening access to a wider range of learning opportunities for more students. ICTs will assist teachers and schools to undertake the required administrative processes more efficiently and effectively. School leaders are best placed to make decisions about how to meet their school’s PD requirements. WITH SUPPORT
  • Check on who is connected and get their logos – UN/KN etc.

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