Stage 4 and 5 technology planning


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  • Facilitator to move on to the implementation of the plan.
  • RationaleReiterate the Tech planning process and move to the last stage (Evaluate ICT plan)
  • Rationale Highlight that it is necessary to review ICT implementation at different levels (Programme and Systemic)Reflect on who, what and how review can be done at different levels Systemic: qualitative review – referring back the outcome
  • RationaleHighlight the importance of systemic review to take stock of broader directionsExplain that different stakeholders are to be involved in the review processHighlight that KPI is for systemic review and PI is are programme review and also the different tools
  • Stage 4 and 5 technology planning

    1. 1. Technology Planning Process Stage 4 and 5
    2. 2. Stages of Technology Planning 2 Assess Current Situation Develop ICT Plan Implement ICT Plan Evaluate ICT Plan Form Lead Team Getting Started
    3. 3. Considerationsfor Implementationof ICT Plan • Continuously engage and involve school leaders and key personnel throughout the implementation process so that they can support the implementation processes, • Identify the owners/drivers who will be responsible for implementing the ICT Plan and work closely to support them • Develop a communication plan to reach out and update stakeholders. This helps to clarify their roles and manage their expectations and allow them to better support the plan • Put in place a multi-level support structure involving the ICT executive, TA, ICT Mentors, teacher champions, student leaders, and external agencies. It is advisable to establish a rapport with them to build commitment to the school and for implementation of the ICT Plan
    4. 4. Procurement Procedure Procurement involves sourcing and acquiring resources needed for the implementation of the School ICT Plan. This can be carried out as follows: • Source for ideas • Invite vendors to demonstrate a range of products and services. Compare the products and their prices on Government e-Business (GeBiz), and touch base with other schools to gather inputs. • Adherence to School Financial Instruction Manual (SFIM) • Work with the Administrative Manager (AM) to call for ITQ or tender when required and involve key personnel in the evaluation of the procurement. In addition, consult officers from ITB for advice on ICT procurement matters.
    5. 5. Policies and Procedures Existing school policies and procedures should be in alignment with and support the implementation processes. If necessary, the Lead Team may explore the need to formulate new school policies and procedures, for example, introducing procedures for evaluating learning resources/courseware. It should also ensure that the ICT Plan adheres to MOE and government policies, such as cyber wellness, and ICT security policies
    6. 6. Stages of Technology Planning 6 Assess Current Situation Develop ICT Plan Implement ICT Plan Evaluate ICT Plan Form Lead Team Getting Started EvaluateICTPlan
    7. 7. Evaluation and Review • Levels of Evaluation and Review 7Programme Systemic EvaluateICTPlan
    8. 8. Systemic vs Programme review Systemic • How do you measure that you have achieved your IT vision and goals? • How do you know you are working on the right direction in meeting the outcomes? • What are your milestones check? • What are the tools to measure? • FGDs, Interviews etc. • Key Performance Indicators (KPIs) • Who are involved? Programme • Are the programmes meeting its learning outcomes? • What are the tools to evaluate the programmes? • Surveys, utilization reports, artefacts, feedback etc. • Performance Indicators (PIs) • Who are involved? 8 EvaluateICTPlan
    9. 9. Examples of Evaluation Tools • BY(i)TES • Baseline ICT Standards