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|Title: ||ICT use in school: vision and performance measures|
|Authors: ||SCHREURS, Jeanne|
|Issue Date: ||2007|
|Publisher: ||Kassel University Press: Interantional association of online engineering.|
|Citation: ||M.Auer (Ed.) ICL2007: e-portefolio and quality in e-learning.|
|Abstract: ||The implementation of ICT in schools requires a vision on ICT use in school, the
formulation of clear strategic goals, and the planning and organisation of the use of
ICT in school.
The pursued goals are those points we want to reach for the learner by setting up ICT
use in school. At the same time the pursued goals are the results of using ICT as
expected by the stakeholders, being the learner, the teacher, the ICT coordinator, and
on an indirect way the parents, the environment and the funding government.
We created a checklist around the following three main criteria ICT vision, enabling
school organisation and processes and results. Those has been split again in five
criteria, the vision for ICT use in school, secundary processes, resources and partners,
primary processes and results. The checklist can be used by the school board as a self
|Type: ||Proceedings Paper|
|Appears in Collections: ||Research publications|
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