Enabling pedagogy and learning through the capacity of school network

posted 29 Aug 2011, 05:17 by Jason Zagami   [ updated 30 Aug 2011, 02:06 ]
Monday, 2 October 2006

Enabling pedagogy and learning through the capacity of school network

Jackson, G,. Rablin, A., Rogers, B., Whitehouse, P., Williams, M., & Zagami, J. (2006, October). Enabling pedagogy and learning through the capacity of school networks. Paper presented at the Australian Council for Computers in Education Conference, Cairns, Australia. Retrieved from http://acce.edu.au/conferences/2006/papers/enabling-pedagogy-and-learning-through-capacity-school-networks

QSITE in conjunction with the Australian Computer Society and James Cook University conducted a study during 2005 which led to the development of a position paper on the capacity of school networks to meet new curriculum agendas and to enable to students to work digitally in schools (and homes and workplaces and other institutions), in the future. This symposium outlines the progress of a group of QSITE members, led by Michelle Williams, in the construction of templates and guides that can be used by the ICT coordinators in schools as tools when they are developing, enhancing and sustaining school networks. The resources developed will assist with decision making and planning in schools. The session will involve discussion and debate regarding the key ideas that affect ICT integration and innovation in schools. These key issues include - ICT leadership in schools, encouraging innovation, policy development, pedagogical drivers, physical access, communication, collaborative decision making, performance indicators, professional learning and bridging the technicians and teachers communication gap.



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