R A I S I N G S T A N D A R D S I N I C T
Establishing a programme of work for ICT. This might involve: • reviewing local and commercial schemes • ensuring continuity and progression across the levels in each of the areas of the programme of work • matching teaching activities to clear learning objectives • providing examples of learning outcomes • integrating examples of the use of ICT in the outside world.
Training and supporting staff in the delivery of the programme of work. This will involve:
• training and developing staff in using ICT as a learning tool across the curriculum • monitoring quality in class • inspiring and motivating all staff in the development of a creative curiculum • modelling lessons for colleagues • hosting regular focused workshops
Assembling and producing ICT teaching resources including:
• video, audio and prompt sheets • artefacts exemplifying the use of ICT in the outside world • templates and other sample files • manuals and books • website links.
Identifying and disseminating effective ways of teaching using ICT. This will involve:
• keeping abreast of the latest ideas and research findings in educational journals • attending ICT briefings and training events held locally and nationally.
Co-ordinating ICT across the whole of the curriculum
This involves working with colleagues to introduce ICT into their lesson planning to support learning.
Each teacher can often decide how best to use ICT in lessons, but the ICT Co-ordinator can advise them on what pupils could reasonably be expected to do, and to link the teaching of ICT skills, knowledge and understanding to their application across the curriculum.
Managing the school's ICT resources
This is essential work which can be very time-consuming and should therefore be supported wherever possible by technical support staff However, the ICT Co-ordinator can often oversee procedures to deal with the following:
Sorting out faults and problems with the hardware and software. This will involve:
• putting in place procedures for reporting faults or ensuring that procedures for reporting faults are followed ensuring that faults are repaired within the allowed time
• negotiating maintenance arrangements with suppliers • carrying out diagnosis.
ICT DEVELOPMENT PLAN-may 2010-Annual report to the headteacher
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