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Where we sit as a

School
Virgilio C. Boado, MA Ed. M
Principal II
Cuenca National High School
• Developing an initiative
and innovation to
facilitate meaningful,
evidence based change
towards desirable
outcomes.
Studies show that:
• The planning process is vitally
important, the plan that results from
this process is only one of the
outcomes.
• A successful plan includes a defined
set of educational outcomes and a
proposed pathway to try to get there.
• Change in attitudes and thinking from
planning can be more important than the
ICTs themselves.
Studies show that:

• Good plans are developed by consensus and


collaboration.
• Good plans involve the whole community and are
owned by them.
• Good plans stress application across the whole
curriculum.
• Successful planners make informed decisions
based on examining best practice elsewhere.
•21st Learning Curriculum
Student
Outcomes

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5 Stages of Embedding
ICT
■Familiarisation
Teachers are becoming increasingly aware
of ICT, and may have attended some
training, but often lack confidence and
therefore reluctant to use it in their
classroom teaching.
■Utilisation
Teachers are increasingly aware of the
benefits of technology, and begin to
incorporate it into teaching, often
replacing former activities with ICT
alternatives. This begins to have a
beneficial effect on teaching and learning.
■Integration
Teachers are becoming increasingly
familiar with appropriate use of ICT,
and can integrate it into many aspects
of their ongoing teaching. Teaching
and learning are becoming
significantly enhanced.
■Reorientation
The potential of ICT is now exploited
to enable approaches which could not
easily be replicated by traditional
means. Teaching and learning begin to
be significantly transformed.
■Evolution
The creative possibilities of ICT
are being fully explored. ICT is
developed in response to learners’
needs. Teaching and learning are
significantly transformed.
Different Possible Ways to Assess
Impact
In-class observations
Teacher/ student surveys
Monitoring of planning
Evidence of student achievement
and learning
Informal and formal discussions
with staff/ students.