Monitoring and Evaluating the Impact of ICT across the Curriculum by dfhercbml

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									                Monitoring and Evaluating the Impact of ICT across the Curriculum
                 Developing                               Establishing                            Enhancing                                 Evidence
Teachers …       Use of ICT is often at a productivity                                            Learning features activities that would
                 level – Teachers use ICT to produce                                              be difficult or impossible without ICT,
                 resources, replacing existing methods                                            directed at identified student needs
                 with ICT solutions but with similar
                 outcomes
…use ICT as a    Teachers are beginning to make           Teachers are making use of ICT to:      Teachers are:
tool for         some use of ICT in their teaching to:
teaching             Present information (mostly text       Increase their range of teaching       Planning and integrating use of
                      based)                                  styles through greater use of           ICT into lessons to
                                                              multimedia                              accommodate a range of
                                                                                                      learning styles
                    Demonstrate techniques, use of          Support plenaries through review       Exploiting a range of ICT
                     applications                             of student work or student              hardware which improves
                                                              presentations                           learning outcomes

                    Access reference material               Model processes                        Using ICT to promote individual
                                                              - Approaching problems                  and collaborative learning
                                                              - Planning
                                                              - Research skills
                                                                                                                                            Mark position on scale
… enable use        Linear, textual and verbal                                                      Hyperlinked, interactive, visual,
of ICT by            approaches dominate learning                                                     textual and aural approaches
students in                                                                                           dominate learning
lessons
                    Students use ‘Office’ applications      Students use ICT for refining and      Students use ICT for refining and
                     to enhance appearance of work            reviewing work and presenting           reviewing, to enable peer review
                                                              this in different ways (text,           and to share work with a wider
                                                              presentation, video, sound, web         audience
                                                              based)

                    Students use the internet to find       Students use the internet to find      Students use the Internet to find
                     information                              information, comparing several          information, comparing sources
                                                              sources                                 for accuracy, validity and bias.
                                                                                                      Sources are referenced in
                                                                                                      students’ work
                                                                                                                                            Mark position on scale




Unit 15                                                                                                                                     Developed by Godfrey Leech
Teachers …       Developing                                Establishing                     Enhancing                                    Evidence
…build on           Teachers assume students’ ICT            Teachers are aware of the       Teachers are aware of students’ ICT
student’s ICT        capability or teach skills with no        content and order of units       capability and
capability           reference to prior learning               covered in ICT lessons                     -   use this to support
                                                                                                              subject learning
                                                                                                          -   challenge student use
                                                                                                              of ICT to further
                                                                                                              develop capability
                                                                                                                                         Mark position on scale
… organise          Teacher led activities fit existing      Teacher guided activities       Teacher as advisor withh igh level of
pupils for ICT       class management and lesson                                                independent student working
based                structure
activities
                                                                                                                                         Mark position on scale




Unit 15                                                                                                                                 Developed by Godfrey Leech

								
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