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Technology Planning
Process
Stage 3
Stages of Technology Planning
Assess
Current
Situation
Develop ICT
Plan
Implement
ICT Plan
Evaluate ICT
Plan
Form Lead
Tea...
DevelopingTechnologyPlan:
Involve,Engage,Communicateto all
stakeholders
DevelopICTPlan
ICT Vision
ICT Goals
ICT
Leadership...
Planning for ICT Integration
Curriculum
Pedagogy
Assessment
Teacher /
Student
Readiness &
Competency
Alignment
Infrastruct...
Planning for ICT Integration
Curriculum
Pedagogy
Assessment
Teacher /
Student
Readiness &
Competency
Alignment
Infrastruct...
Alignment
•How does the ICT integration align with:
• C2015 student outcomes?
• mp3 goals?
• School’s vision/strategic thr...
4 Considerations in
Planning for ICT Integration
Curriculum
Pedagogy
Assessment
Teacher /
Student
Readiness &
Competency
A...
Curriculum Pedagogy Assessment
What to Teach
The content knowledge that
determines the subject
disposition, skills and att...
ICT in Curriculum Pedagogy
Assessment
• Useful considerations:
• Technological Pedagogical Content Knowledge (TPACK) frame...
Key Considerations for ICT-
enriched Lesson Design
10
4-Square Reflection
Affordances of ICT
Technological
Pedagogical
Soc...
Planning for ICT Integration
Curriculum
Pedagogy
Assessment
Teacher /
Student
Readiness &
Competency
Alignment
Infrastruct...
Teacher and Student Readiness
For Teachers:
• What are the competencies teachers required to design and
deliver ICT enrich...
Planning for ICT Integration
Curriculum
Pedagogy
Assessment
Teacher /
Student
Readiness &
Competency
Alignment
Infrastruct...
Strategic Resource Management
Suggested Guiding Questions:
What proportion of the curriculum is set aside for students to ...
For Infrastructure Support
ITB:
Information on School ICT Planning and Devolution
• http://intranet.moe.gov.sg/itb/Pages/i...
When developing the ICT
plan, consider the 3 S’s
Sustainability
Can the use of ICT to support learning be sustained
over t...
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Stage 3 Technology Planning

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Stage 3 Technology Planning

  1. 1. Technology Planning Process Stage 3
  2. 2. Stages of Technology Planning Assess Current Situation Develop ICT Plan Implement ICT Plan Evaluate ICT Plan Form Lead Team Getting Started
  3. 3. DevelopingTechnologyPlan: Involve,Engage,Communicateto all stakeholders DevelopICTPlan ICT Vision ICT Goals ICT Leadership HODs IP & Subject Committ ees School Vision, Mission, Thrusts IP Dept IP Dept IP Dept IP Dept Objectives Activities Approaches Objectives Activities Approaches Objectives Activities Approaches Objectives Activities Approaches cascading cascading
  4. 4. Planning for ICT Integration Curriculum Pedagogy Assessment Teacher / Student Readiness & Competency Alignment Infrastructure Support DevelopICTPlan
  5. 5. Planning for ICT Integration Curriculum Pedagogy Assessment Teacher / Student Readiness & Competency Alignment Infrastructure Support DevelopICTPlan
  6. 6. Alignment •How does the ICT integration align with: • C2015 student outcomes? • mp3 goals? • School’s vision/strategic thrusts? • School’s teaching and learning framework 6 DevelopICTPlan
  7. 7. 4 Considerations in Planning for ICT Integration Curriculum Pedagogy Assessment Teacher / Student Readiness & Competency Alignment Infrastructure Support DevelopICTPlan
  8. 8. Curriculum Pedagogy Assessment What to Teach The content knowledge that determines the subject disposition, skills and attitude outcomes in the syllabus How to Assess How do we know our students have learnt, the purpose of assessment How to Teach Pedagogy – strategies of learning, student centric approaches The Curriculum Triangle DevelopICTPlan
  9. 9. ICT in Curriculum Pedagogy Assessment • Useful considerations: • Technological Pedagogical Content Knowledge (TPACK) framework • Self Directed and Collaborative Learning • SAMR • Assessment for Learning 9
  10. 10. Key Considerations for ICT- enriched Lesson Design 10 4-Square Reflection Affordances of ICT Technological Pedagogical Social Thinking Skills & 21st Century Competencies Digital Bloom’s taxonomy Civic literacy, global awareness & cross-cultural skills Critical & inventive thinking Information & Communication skills Instructional Approaches Teacher-centred Student-centred Authenticity Connections to the real world Ill-structured problem DevelopICTPlan
  11. 11. Planning for ICT Integration Curriculum Pedagogy Assessment Teacher / Student Readiness & Competency Alignment Infrastructure Support 1 1 DevelopICTPlan 11
  12. 12. Teacher and Student Readiness For Teachers: • What are the competencies teachers required to design and deliver ICT enriched learning experience? • Suggested Reference: • BY(i)TES Domain 3 • UNESCO ICT Competencies of Teachers, ACOT, LoTi • How would the PD efforts planned promote the personal and professional growth of the teachers? • Leveraging on ICT Mentor Programme • Sharing of Good Practices from schools For Students: • Do the students know how to use the ICT tools? • Baseline ICT Skills 12 DevelopICTPlan 12
  13. 13. Planning for ICT Integration Curriculum Pedagogy Assessment Teacher / Student Readiness & Competency Alignment Infrastructure Support 13 DevelopICTPlan 13
  14. 14. Strategic Resource Management Suggested Guiding Questions: What proportion of the curriculum is set aside for students to be engaged in SDL and CoL activities facilitated by ICT? How does the school ICT provision support such learning? In terms of equipment and infrastructure: • Is equipment available for use by students, teachers and support staff? How is the scheduling? • Does the infrastructure have the capacity to support the school’s needs in terms of use of ICT for learning and teaching? • How does the school classroom layout support ICT enriched learning experiences? In terms of funding and budgeting: • How much was spent on Instructional and administrative equipment? Instructional and administrative applications and software? Maintenance and support? Instructional and administrative professional development? connectivity and infrastructure? In terms of maintenance and support: • are resources, structures and processes in place to maintain use of ICT for learning and teaching? are personnel available to provide technical support? [Questions adapted from Technology in Schools, Suggestions, Tools and Guidelines for Assessing Technology in Elementary and Secondary Education]14 DevelopICTPlan 14
  15. 15. For Infrastructure Support ITB: Information on School ICT Planning and Devolution • http://intranet.moe.gov.sg/itb/Pages/ict/ICT_Index.aspx IT Procurement/ Acquisition of Hardware, software and services http://intranet.moe.gov.sg/itb/Pages/acquisition.aspx SSOE Matters • https://ssoe.moe.edu.sg/ IT Policies, Guidelines and Standard Operating Procedures • http://intranet.moe.gov.sg/itb/Pages/policyguidesop.aspx Other forms of support: • NEU PC Plus Programme • ICT Enable, Enhance and Engage (E3) Fund 15
  16. 16. When developing the ICT plan, consider the 3 S’s Sustainability Can the use of ICT to support learning be sustained over time? Scalability How can we increase the breadth and depth of learning through ICT? Scaffolding What are the different ways through which we can support the use of ICT? * Consider SSOE compliance DevelopICTPlan 16

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