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Managing ICT


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Title: Managing ICT

Managing ICT
  • Primary Schools

  • Increasingly, evidence shows that the
    effective use of ICT can enrich and enhance all
    aspects of schooling .
  • and far from least, pupils achievement.
  • Connecting Schools, Networking People 2002 (Becta)

National Strategy
  • Raise standards through the application of ICT
    across all areas of teaching.
  • Support innovation, improve effectiveness.
  • Equip young people for future employment.
  • Access to learning for all

National Strategy
  • Infrastructure make ICT universally available
  • Practice support teachers ICT skills both
    personally and professionally
  • Content provide learners, teachers with access
    to educational content.

NGfL targets 2002
  • Connect all schools to the Grid.
  • Raise confidence amongst teachers
  • Raise ICT understanding amongst school leavers
  • General administrative communications are
  • Making the UK a centre of excellence

ICT Targets
  • Computer Ratios
  • 1 to 11 by April 2003
  • 1 to 8 by April 2004
  • Broadband
  • 20 of schools have broadband connections by
    August 2002.
  • 33 of schools have broadband connections by
    August 2003.
  • All schools to have broadband by 2005/06
  • Pupil Achievement
  • Expected attainment by end of key stage 2 is
    level 4

Current Situation Primary Schools
  • Internet use is having an impact.
  • Good ICT resources better grades in English,
    maths and science.
  • KS2 schools with good ICT resources deliver
    better results than those with poor resources.
  • Standards higher where ICT is supported by good

Current Situation Primary Schools
  • Schools that made good use of ICT have
  • High quality teaching of ICT
  • A strong ethos in relation to ICT
  • Given pupils good access to ICT
  • Developed in their pupils good ICT skills
  • Positive attitudes to ICT

Current Research
  • Heads and senior management have a crucial role
    in providing a vision for ICT.
  • Children who use computers at home use them
    better at school
  • Schools with greater ICT resources are providing
    children with higher order skills
  • Primary children spent three times longer on ICT
    at home than at school.

Development Plan
  • Infrastructure maintain and develop the
    hardware and connectivity in a sustainable way
  • Practice ongoing training and integration of
    ICT into schemes of work
  • Content access to curriculum materials and
    resources for teaching and admin.

Development Plan
  • The plan should cover
  • Philosophy and aims
  • Curriculum aspects
  • Management of ICT in the school
  • CPD
  • Hardware and deployment
  • Financial aspects
  • Monitoring and review
  • Planning needs

Development Plan ICT Audit
  • Review existing plans OFSTED report etc.
  • Realistically highlight strengths and weaknesses
  • Review use of ICT in the curriculum, MIS, staff
    training, resources, deployment and
  • Determine pupils attainment in ICT
  • CPD and teacher action plans

Development Plan Aims and Objectives
  • To improve the quality of education
  • Teachers confidence and competence with ICT
  • Whole-school management
  • Specific use in subjects
  • Home-school links

Development Plan Objectives and Targets
  • Interpreting the vision
  • Specific
  • Measurable
  • Achievable
  • Realistic
  • Timed

Development Plan The Vision
  • Strategic direction and create a shared sense of
  • - encompass teaching and learning
  • - part of the school ethos
  • - build the picture i.e. the future
  • Senior management needs to champion the vision.
  • Governors need to play their part home and
  • Consider current and developing practice and
    emerging technologies i.e. whiteboards, broadband

ICT Development Plan
  • An integral part of school development plan
  • Build on current ICT use
  • Link to school, LEA and government targets
  • Involve senior staff
  • Have an impact on subject planning
  • Link to pupil assessment and attainment
  • Within budget and staffing limitations
  • Gain the support of all stakeholders
  • Be integrated into financial planning
  • Build in CPD
  • Monitor impact and value for money

Action Plan
  • Ensure commitment of all involved
  • Establish a steering group
  • Establish roles and contributions etc.
  • Review current ICT practice and skills
  • Assess resources available
  • Review the vision, aims and objectives for the
    ICT plan
  • Draft the plans aims and objectives
  • Decide how the plan should be communicated.

Action Plan
  • Draw up a detailed plan of action
  • Implement a needs assessment of staff (training)
  • Consider targets, national plans, NOF training,
  • literacy and numeracy, PLASC etc.
  • Develop a staff training programme.
  • Review progress celebrate success
  • Establish new objectives.