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Major Priority in School Improvement Plan 2002-2006 Responding to Pupil and Staff Needs Linked to overall Perth & Kinross ICT Strategy ICT Development.

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1 Major Priority in School Improvement Plan Responding to Pupil and Staff Needs Linked to overall Perth & Kinross ICT Strategy ICT Development Perth High

2 Several Main Strands: Management of ICT Phased development of departments Phased roll-out of hardware, software ICT Training and CPD Management with ICT Quality assurance (MIICE) ICT Strategy - PHS

3 Structure: ICT “Champion” in SMT (HT) ICT Manager(s) (PT Comp, PT Eng) Broadly-based ICT Steering Group Departmental ownership and projects MIS management team (SDHT, 2 PTs) Management of ICT

4 Four Phases: Bus.St., Comp., Eng., Geog’y Art, Maths, Music, Phys., Tech’y Bio., Chem., H.E., Langs.,Mod.St. Class., Hist., P.E., R.M.E. Piloting & Support from Phase1 and 2; so they’re first to receive, evaluate, train peers Phased Development

5 Monitoring Progress of the Four Phases: Development & Implementation of Policy Dept. Planning & Monitoring Influence on Learning & Teaching Impact of NGfL Roll-out Impact of CPD Quality Assurance

6 Departmental Example : Physics Department Summary of Departmental Audit Process + All other Phase 1 and Phase 2 depts. Phase 1 looking at 02-04, Ph.2 at Phase 3 join in August ‘04 Quality Assurance

7 Perth High School ICT Training

8 Expectations after NOF Lack of suitable courses Cost of ICT courses often prohibitive Large number of people to be trained Wide variety of needs Current Problems

9 Self Help District expertise Commercial courses Council Strategy

10 1 year license with online providers over 2000 short video tutorials most popular programs covered requires QuickTime

11 Access to the Atomic Library for a year Access from school or home Full access for all pupils and parents support within 24 hours 200 new tutorials added per month low cost per head Benefits

12 PC Passport Low cost Simple structure Straightforward administration for centres Inexpensive for centres – and students Hardware and software independent (PC / Mac) Simple to teach and assess Free assessment and teaching materials Online assessment

13 Atomic Info UK visit from June 4th to July 14th


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