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1 Guidelines for Development A Visual Guide

2 Map Expectations Teaching staff Students Parents Auxillary staff Key Question: 1.Identify the groups to benefit from the ICT infusion Intervention Identify Groups

3 EXPECTATIONS 1. What should each group expect from ICT Infusion? Fluency in the use of technology. 2. What do each of these groups expect from each other? Collaboration in the use of technology. Extrinsic motivation. 3. What resources are required? More laptops for teachers. Resource personnel to assist with continuous training. Infrastructure. Software.

4 Resource Requirements Teachers TPACK What do we have..NOW! Present School Resources ICT Equipment & Infrastructure Present Access to Technology(s) What we need to have? Training Requirements Who/What? Collaborative Software Productivity Software Web 2.0 Timeframe & Measurement

5 PRESENT SCHOOL RESOURCES  WHAT DO WE HAVE NOW?  Computer lab and Library 25 computers (desktops) in Lab and Library combined  Staffroom – 6 desktop computers  Teachers have access to 4 laptops  Student access – Form Ones – 110 laptops  Office – 3 desktops  Four (4) multimedia projectors

6 TEACHER ACCESS TO TPACK  SIX (6) TEACHERS/HODS/PRINCIPAL PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT  In-house training – one (1) year – to July 2011  At the departmental level  Some access to external resource personnel through Professional Development Days

7 TRAINING REQUIREMENTS  COMPUTER LITERACY  MICROSOFT OFFICE SUITE  LESSON PLANNING (REVIEW)  WIKI SPACES

8 WHAT DO WE NEED TO HAVE  COLLABORATIVE SOFTWARE  PRODUCTIVITY SOFTWARE LANGUAGE ARTS/VAPA MODERN LANGUAGES BUSINESS SOCIAL SCIENCES SCIENCE/IT/MATH

9 What is the Relative Advantage?  What is the Advantage of infusing the Technology?  Students are actively engaged  Teachers are exposed to a range of instructional strategies and networking skills  Development of life skills in students e.g. problem solving, decision making  Overall Objectives?  To allow student access to advancing technology to improve learning  To bring students on par with the rest of the world in the use of technology  To increase the level of student autonomy through self-directed learning and the access to information.

10 Objective of Infusion Students - Examples  Improve assessment scores  Increase student research skills w/use of technology  Promote time on task  Reduction of mis-behaviour  Increase in student motivation Teachers  To be technologically savvy  To move away from the traditional methods of imparting knowledge towards increased facilitation  To expose teachers to other forms of literacies  To provide the opportunity for Theme and Team Teaching – integration across the curriculum

11 How will you Measure (1) Students  Pre and Post Opinionnaire  Analysis of student performance (pre and post)  Use of a Portfolio and Assessment Teachers  Self Assessment sheets  Monitor the use of Multimedia  Clinical Supervision of teachers

12 Measurement (2) School: Indices (Last Yr vs. Present Yr) HFC, Penal Jan. – Dec. 2010 1. Physical improvements (technology) Securing of classrooms to accommodate laptops; installed locks on desks. 2. Spill Over Effect +- (Pervasiveness) N/A 3. Initial Challenges Inadequacy of existing space; limited TPACK ability of teachers; security issues; teachers’ belief system about teaching and learning; stakeholders buying into idea 4. Lessons Learnt Ongoing updating of teachers’ pedagogical and technological skills; consistent updating of software; teachers constantly resist change because they feel overwhelmed.

13 Integration Strategies Term 1 Professional Development to introduce In-house training Term 2 Implementation Feedback Improvement requirements Term 3 Clinical Supervision to monitor progress Feedback/Review 1.What tools/techniques will you introduce based on your learnings for each term? Basic Computer Literacy; Introduction to Wikispaces at departmental meetings; checking for frequent use; qualitative feedback 2.What is a good starting point for integration? When teachers feel comfortable

14 Integration Strategies PRACTICEFEEDBACK Term 1 TRAINING

15 Integration Strategies FAMILIARITYIMPLEMENTATIONFEEDBACK Term 2

16 Integration Strategies INFUSION MONITORING AND EVALUATION FEEDBACK Term 3

17 Preparation of Instructional Environment Step 1 SECURITY AND UPGRADING OF PHYSICAL PLANT Step 2 STAKEHOLDER AWARENESS Step 3 PILOT PROGRAM IN PLACE

18 Plan Revisions Do we need new measurements? Are additional resources required? Who will take them? What Corrective Actions are needed?

19 Monitoring & Evaluation Objectives HoD/ Teacher Student School/ Community Moe_ICT


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