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The Grammar School for Girls Wilmington. Our Vision for ICT An ICT enabled environment focussed on developing the individual capability of all students.

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1 The Grammar School for Girls Wilmington

2 Our Vision for ICT An ICT enabled environment focussed on developing the individual capability of all students to be able to use ICT selectively and confidently to extend their learning, raise achievement and equip them to be lifelong independent learners.

3 The link to personalising learning Learning to learn Assessment for learning New technologies (ICT)Advice & guidance Mentoring Student voice OrganisationWorkforce Curriculum David Hargreaves/SSAT

4 The link to personalising learning Learning to learn Assessment for learning New technologies (ICT)Advice & guidance Mentoring Student voice OrganisationWorkforce Curriculum David Hargreaves/SSAT

5 The Future – where next? Projects to support learning Embedding ICT across the curriculum Developing student independence Kaleidos VTLE Piloting the Kent Learning Platform from RM Sharing our learning journey Implementation choices Critical success factors Impact on learning

6 Kaleidos VTLE

7 Kaleidos VTLE – Implementation Choices Which subjects? –Maths: interactive whiteboard focus –ICT: e-portfolios –Science: to share existing resources –MFL: to kick-start use of ICT Which students? –Year 10 as pilot group –Confident users of technology –Would add to learning opportunities –Same year group for all subjects

8 Kaleidos VTLE – Critical Success Factors Integral part of strategic change –Objectives –Timeframes –Review timetable Access to e-learning resources –E-learning credits to choose materials Time for training –4 days of initial training –Ongoing educational support Departmental focus –Subject-specific training –Department meetings

9 Kaleidos VTLE – Impact on Learning Seamless lesson delivery Teachers and learners can cover more material Students are engaged and enabled Students are learning more Their learning is of a higher order

10 Piloting the Kent Learning Platform

11 Vision –Collaboration –Sharing specialist teachers –Extending learning opportunities Kent Learning Platform: Implementation Choices

12 Vision –Collaboration –Sharing specialist teachers –Extending learning opportunities Kent Learning Platform: Implementation Choices Which schools? –Four specialisms –Local collaboration Which students? –Key Stage 5 –To extend independent and collaborative learning

13 Kent Learning Platform: Critical Success Factors Clear strategy –Start small –High profile with SMT support Steering group –Senior staff and specialist subject heads –Regular meetings, in person and VC

14 Kent Learning Platform: Critical Success Factors Clear strategy –Start small –High profile with SMT support Steering group –Senior staff and specialist subject heads –Regular meetings, in person and VC Shared training –Initial training from RM – pre-booked –Ongoing programme across schools –Personal support sessions –Training using VC A public end-point …

15 Our Celebration We fixed a date and asked everyone! … argued re tea or champagne – had both Community SSAT Local MP LSC LA Heads Students Subject Heads Advisors

16 Students presented their views The hands-on demo at end was popular Yes we are competitive – but we all want best for the students Our Celebration

17 Kent Learning Platform: Impact on Learning Students took ownership There is a new thing … Independent learning No-one has answered yet … Collaboration between schools I am doing a project like that … Developing student voice We dont think it looks very attractive Deep experience

18 What did our learners think?

19 Lessons learned from both projects VISION SKILLS INCENTIVES RESOURCES ACTION PLAN = CHANGE

20 Lessons learned from both projects VISION SKILLS INCENTIVES RESOURCES ACTION PLAN Both projects had clear objectives A steering group kept things moving The support of SMT is essential Training is critical for success Teachers need ongoing support to progress Use of VC to work between schools Start with the students Kaleidos was late with student input Student response drives change e-learning credits to buy materials Ask what resources students like best More interactive, open-ended and whizzy Start small and focused Clear objectives, timescales and review An end-point to work towards

21 The Future – where next? Extend use within the school diplomas Local partnership bid for first 5 –Planning from lessons learned –Shared training program –Shared online libraries –Use of video conferencing Learning platform to support partnership –More attractive and personalised environment –Using a variety of VLEs –One student, many sites, whilst maintaining integrity of MIS data

22 From the 9 Gateways to the 4 Deeps DEEP LEARNING Learning to learn Assessment for learning Student voice Teacher learning facilitator Students involved in their own learning Parents Collaboration Other Schools

23 The Grammar School for Girls Wilmington Maggie Bolton Head Teacher


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