2 Contents ICT equipments availability PYP websites ICT curriculum Promoting Technology at schoolSchool VisionCritical issueIdeal equipments recommendationNew ICT equipments distribution (IT pilot project)Survey resultStaff professional development
3 ICT equipments availability There are lots of ICT facilities available in our units:Computers: 127 computers and its peripheral (some have printers and speakers)Equipments: 14 digital cameras, 14 laptops, 5 LCD, 5 handycam, 4 set of TV and DVD players, 3 CD compos, 9 flash disks, 4 cassette recorders, 1 digital microphones, 5 stopwatches, 1 wireless speakers, 2 megaphones.Besides the IT pilot projects we also need to consider the maintenance, the maximum usage and upgrading those technologies.
4 Some concernsThe computers are not maximally used to support teaching learning.Sometimes computers have trouble during he use (teaching) and the service support should be available immediately.Some computers have low technology esp. to show and to process multimedia files.Some ICT equipments availability are not recorded and also not used effectively for teaching learning.Some area/ teachers need more computers with latest technology.
5 possible actions we can do Create an ICT room to store all ICT equipments, so they will be more organized.Make an ICT usage policy/ guideline for teachers, so every single equipment can be used effectively and maximally.More ICT support service staff who will be always available in every ICT trouble we have.Upgrade some computers to have the common standard of ICT technology in every area of school.Provide more ICT facilities for some area (library, performing arts, etc).
6 PYP websiteWe have updated the content of the PYP website with the latest news from school activities, calendars of events, pictures gallery, etc.Some ideas for the websites:divided web pages for teachers, students and parents and/or divided for each year level (PYP Playgroup-PYP 6)More interactive menus (web components)More downloadable content (sharing resources, lesson plan, teaching documents, etc)More useful web links for teachers, parents and students (beside intranet)communication tools between teachers (administrator) and parents ( , feedback notes, etc).
7 Some concerns and discussion What is the purpose of the website? Who are the target audiences? Is it only informing, how about communicating/interacting? It will affect the information we put and also the features we build on our website.There are still some discussion among the ICT team especially regarding with new ICT office roles and responsibilities therefore we can’t really maximize the use or the feature of the website without the help from ICT office staff.We have difficulties in collecting information from teachers especially regarding with article management procedure.
8 Some possible solutions The procedure to upload the content: for content management, coordinator will do overview of every interesting program/activity run at school, contact TL and TL or the assigned person will write the article and check it to the expat. Then it will go to principal for the last editing. Coordinator will publish it on the website.Some best school websites are available for our reference and made using the seven criteria below: Design, Ease of use, Copywriting, Interactivity, Use of technology, Innovation, Content.
9 ICT curriculum New ICT curriculum will be created soon The new ICT committee:Specialist: EviPlaygroup: KresnaPYP A: KeziaPYP B: Theresia1: Haris2: Yassin3: Ani4: Janine5: Helen6: Paul
10 ICT committee role statements ICT committee will:Investigate the implementation of ICT in the each unit.Develop the scope and sequence as guideline for ICT learning.Prepare for on-going professional development for teachers.Lead the ICT planning in each grade.Maintain constant use of ICT throughout the year.Be role model as digital native teachers.
11 Our goalsShort term:Plan for ICT lesson with the previous curriculum temporarily.Finish the new curriculum and scope and sequences at the end of semester 1.Long term:Implement the new ICT curriculum in the planning consistently.Maximize the ICT equipment usage in every area.Support other staff to develop the ICT skills.Constantly maintain the use of ICT in every aspect.
12 Role of ICT in PYP Making PYP Happen page 43: Can document the learning, making it available to all parties.Can provide rapid feedback and reflection.Can provide opportunities to enhance authentic learning.Can provide access to a broad range of sources of informationCan provide students with a range of tools to store, organize and present their learningEncourages and allows for communication with wide-ranging audience
13 Learning ICT Learning through ICT Learning using ICT Learning about ICT
14 How do we want the new curriculum looks like ICT in PYPConceptsKnowledgeActionsSkillsAttitudes
15 Knowledge ICT KNOWLEDGE Basic Computer Operations Technology for thinking, learning and producingTechnology to access informationTechnology to enhance communicationResponsibility and ethical practices
16 ConceptsUnderstanding of Information communication and technology comes in various concepts:FORMS – Hardware and softwareFUNCTION – Basic computer operationsCAUSATION -CHANGE – computer developmentCONNECTION – computer network systemRESPONSIBILITY – digital userREFLECTION – how we use ICT effectivelyPERSPECTIVE – how ICT enhance the quality of learningTelecommunication and multimedia technology operations
17 Skills PYP RELATED SKILLS COMMUNICATION SKILLS –GLOBAL AUDIENCE THROUGH ONLINE MEDIARESEARCH SKILLS –A WIDE RANGE OF SOURCES OF INFORMATION PROVIDEDTHINKING SKILLS –CREATIVE PRODUCTIVITYSOCIAL SKILLS –COLLABORATIVE WORKS AMONG OTHERSSELF MANAGEMENT SKILLS –ERGONOMIC AND SAFETY USE OF ICT EQUIPMENTICT SKILLS:TYPING SKILLSWORD PROCESSING SKILLSSPREADSHEETS SKILLSDATABASE SKILLSINTERNET AND SKILLSMULTIMEDIA SKILLSETHICAL SKILLS
18 ATTITUDES RESPECT – COPYRIGHTS EMPHATY – DIGITAL DIVIDE TOLERANCE – NETIQUETTEINTEGRITY – COPYRIGHTSINDEPENDENCE – INDEPENDENT PROJECTCREATIVE – PRODUCTIVITYCURIOSITY – RESEARCHCOOPERATION – COLLABORATIVE PROJECTAPPRECIATION- SOCIAL MORAL AND ETHICAL ISSUECOMMITMENT – E-SAFETYCONFIDENCE – DIGITAL NATIVESENTHUSIASM – ACTIVE CONTRIBUTOR
19 ACTIONEvery knowledge and skills that students have achieved should be applied.At the end of every ICT unit, as far as possible teachers should consider to plan an action for students to use ICT for their life experiences.An initiative from students are also expected by applying the ICT knowledge and skills in real life context.
20 Promoting Technology at school School VisionCritical issueIdeal equipments recommendationNew ICT equipments distribution (IT pilot project)Survey resultStaff professional development-training
21 School Vision and Mission Access to ICT and multimedia facility is improved.Interactive classrooms with new interactive ICT equipments which engage students in various activitiesThe technology infrastructure at school has been renewed and enhanced.Online learning community which will help teachers and students are connected and having teaching learning process anytime and anywhere.More digital literate community in our school including teachers and students.ICT became integral part of the curriculum.
22 What we need to prepare Human resources- teachers and other staff Curriculum and scope and sequencesSufficient infrastructureOrganized, maintained and maximal use of the ICT equipmentsClear policies for teachers and students about social and ethical issues using ICT.
23 Critical Issue placement of computers for equitable access. technical support.effective goals for technology use.new roles for teachers.time for ongoing professional development.appropriate coaching of teachers at different skill levels.teacher incentives for use.availability of educational software.sustained funding for technology.
25 Consideration on Interactive Whiteboards School and teachers readinessPurchasing Priorities and first stepsInteractive technology options are:Digital projectors used with a good quality wireless mouseWirelessly enabled “tablets” or “slates”Infra-red whiteboard device add-on
26 IT pilot projectsWe will have approximately $ 30.oo0 to buy the new ICT equipments:Interactive whiteboardsInteractive TVE-beamMultimedia packsDocument camerasLCDSmart tableMobile laptop trolleyWhat are the priorities, the other options and how is the distribution?
27 The options Equipments priority Options distribution Interactive whiteboard/Interactive TV -$5000Infra red device-e-beam $ 2000Wireless mouse/PC tablets with fixed data projectors $20001 in 1st floor2 in2nd floor1 in 3rd floor1 in pre-elementaryMultimedia Packs-5 digital cam and 1 video cam $4000Buy separated digital camera and video camera – more tools with the same prices2 digital cam and 1 video camera in every level.Mobile 24 laptops trolley$ 11000Buy separated laptops with customized trolley- $ 90001 in second floorVisualizer - $1000-1 in each floorSmart table- > $5000PC $10001 set (5) for allDigital Projectors $1000Digital with lower specifications1 for each grade
28 Survey Result To find the ICT needs in general To identify each individual need of ICTTo review the ICT implementation in our schoolTo recognize the role of ICT in PYPTo give recommendation of new technology that teachers really need.
29 What’s nextWe will divide staff into group to meet their individual need; later we called them as group of expertise.We will set up time for ICT professional development training which based on the needs.We will set up new curriculum/new system to meet the ICT needs in general.We will upgrading the ICT facilities across the PYP unit as a long term plan goals.
30 Staff Professional development Digital Professional Teaching PortfolioTrainingSetting goals