LSL - ICT audit results 2014 (webinar)

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In the webinar the key findings from surveys completed by principals and teachers in the Living Schools Lab project were presented.

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  • 1. What do innovative schools look like?Results of the 2014 LSL ICT auditRoger BlamireSeptember -

2. - www.eun.orgThis webinarAim:To share the results of the 2014 audit of LSL schoolsTo stimulate discussion about the innovative schoolStructure:What do we mean by innovation?The two LSL AuditsAnalysis of the results:A. Whole school policies and strategiesB. Technology provisionC. Continuous professional developmentD. Digital pedagogical practicesE. Attitudes and opinions 3. Innovation a slippery - www.eun.orgInnovation can be: Technological widespread use of an invention or a technology, regardless of its use or possible innovativepractices with it Pedagogical fundamentally transforming practices in order to improve learning. ICT is ameans to enable the teacher to achieve pedagogical outcomes and optimiseinnovative pedagogies Sustainable builds on existing thinking, products, processes, organisations, or social systems Disruptive changes in a fundamental way the DNA of a process, organisation orconsumption mode. The technology can be quite trivial, its the business model(in education, meaning the organisation and design of the act of educating) thatradically changesInnovation is also contextual and relative 4. - www.eun.orgThe LSL ICT audits Aims To provide a basis for interviews and evaluation visits To help schools to map and benchmark their own progress To compare schools with national and EU means Method Adapted from the European Survey of Schools: ICT in Education (ESSIE) Two online questionnaires One for head teachers on strategy, infrastructure, staff development,opinions One for teachers on ICT access, use and support, opinions Differences between 2014 and 2013 audits Just two questionnaires Data from all types of school (AS, AT, new) combined Some items added or removed 5. - www.eun.orgResponses principalsType of LSL school39.7%19.2%38.4%An AdvancedPractitioner schoolAn AdvancedSchoolA new schooljoining the LivingSchools Labnetwork Total: 73 schools Large variation in school size: 64 to 1400 6. Responses teachers (n = 156) - 7. A: Whole school policies and - 8. School characteristics (1)Percentage of schools having ....0% 20% 40% 60% 80% - www.eun.org41%29%52%68%75%46%80%46%54%63%49%57%An innovation policyInnovation initiativesChange management trainingSubject-specifc ICT policy and strategyDiscussions with staff on pedagogical ICTScheduled time to evaluate and developCommercial partnershipsFree commercial productsBeen featured in case studiesExperience in pilots>50% of teachers with over 5 years' ICT useLSL schoolsESSIE grade 8 9. - www.eun.orgPoll 11: In what way is your school mostinnovative?A. Were more open to change and innovationB. We have better ICT access and facilitiesC. Our teachers are more competent with ICTD. Our pedagogy is differentE. Other 10. School characteristics (2)School development0% 20% 40% 60% 80% - www.eun.org49%36%71%27%26%58%48%34%60%27%27%32%25%30%51%27%19%23%29%27%(inter)national projects other than LSLSubject-related changesPedagogical projectsNew forms of assessmentRethinking space and time useWhole-school initiativesInnovations for inclusion / SENManagement and admin changesTech-focused projectsProjects with external expertsYes - in placeYes - planned 11. Where are decisions made?0% 20% 40% 60% 80% - www.eun.org21%41%7%19%15%15%23%11%0%14%8%29%14%5%33%10%22%88%27%71%Procuring ICTinfrastructureDetermining coursecontentChoosing teachingmethodsDeciding on teachertrainingChoosing learningresourcesAutonomyNational educationauthoritySchool governing bodySchool principalTeachers 12. - www.eun.orgB: Technology provision 13. - www.eun.orgBandwidthHigh speed internet(>30mbps) in 30% ofLSL,14% of EUgrade 8 schools6%17%28%18% 18%12%30%25%20%15%10%5%0%144kbps (excl.) 2mbps (incl.)2mbps (excl.) 5mbps (incl.)5mbps (excl.) 10mbps (incl.)10mbps (excl.) 30mbps (incl.)30mbps (excl.) 100mbps (incl.)>100mbpsBandwidth to school 14. Access to computers in lessons(as reported by teachers)0% 20% 40% 60% 80% - www.eun.org83425210453031317DesktopLaptopIWBAccess to hardware(% teachers)Permanent accessAccess on demandNo access 15. 1:1 classes and BYOD(as reported by teachers)1:1 and BYOD0% 10% 20% 30% 40% 50% - www.eun.org1:1 classStudents allowed to use laptop/tabletStudents allowed to use mobile phone 16. - www.eun.orgPoll 2Has BYOD reached your school?A.Yes, in all classesB.Yes, in some classesC.No, but I am in favour of BYODD.No, and I am against BYOD 17. - www.eun.orgWi-fi in schools47%11%35%7%Yes, throughout the school, in allclassroomsYes, in some classrooms, but not allNot in classrooms, but in a few areas only,e.g. receptionNo, our school does not have wifi 18. Virtual Learning Environment71%68%67%Virtual Learning - www.eun.orgSchool has a VLEIf yes, student access outside schoolIf yes, teacher access outside schoolIf yes, parent access outside schoolIf yes, accessible outside school hours0% 20% 40% 60% 80% 100% 19. C: Continuous - 20. Continuous Professional DevelopmentCPD topic in past two years(% of teachers reported as participating)0% 10% 20% 30% 40% 50% - www.eun.org16%8%34%30%18%12%7%26%11%21%15%19%21%15%11%12%12%Introduction to internet use and general applicationsAdvanced courses on applicationsAdvanced courses on internetEquipment-specific trainingCourses on the pedagogical use of ICTSubject-specific trainingCourse on multimediaParticipation in peer learning communitiesWhole-school development using ICTOver 50% 26-50% 21. Types of CPD (teacher responses)0% 20% 40% 60% 80% - www.eun.orgEquipment-specificPedagogical use of ICTSubject-specific ICTOnline communitiesSelf-directed in own timeWhole school developmentCPD types(% participating in past two years) 22. Who supports your use of ICT? - www.eun.orgSources of ICT support(teacher responses)21%29%17%43%13%24%28%12%21%15%19%17%6%20%17%38%0% 20% 40% 60% 80% 100%Helpdesk, CoP, websiteOutside expertsOther staffICT coordinatorMore experienced teacherMostly technical supportBoth technical andpedagogical supportMostly pedagogicalsupportRarely or Never used 23. - www.eun.orgD: Practices 24. - www.eun.orgICT use101930372115770 20 40More than 75% of all lessons51 to 75% of all lessons25 to 50% of all lessons11 to 24% of all lessons% time ICT used in classEU grade 8LSL teachers 25. Poll 3: Classrooms of the futureIn the future classroom, what percentage ofall lessons should include the use of ICT? - 26. Teachers' activities with ICT(% teachers choosing 'Every day..' or 'At least once a week')0% 20% 40% 60% 80% - www.eun.orgICT-based activities65%26%16%18%15%17%22%26%32%17%22%19%33%28%Search internet to prepare lessonsCreate own digital learning resourcesPost homework on websiteUse ICT to provide feedback and/orassess students learningCommunicate online with parentsDownload/upload material from theschool website or virtual learningLook for online professionaldevelopment opportunitiesEvery day or almost every day At least once a week 27. Learning activities in class(% teachers choosing 'Sometimes' or 'A lot')0% 20% 40% 60% 80% - www.eun.orgLearning activities71%57%38%40%31%21%24%56%38%38%26%33%45%53%55%50%45%31%46%39%I explain to whole classI explain to individualsStudents work alone at own paceStudents work in groupsStudents work on tasks alone at the same timeStudents present to whole classStudents do enquiry-based tasksStudents discuss with othersStudents reflect on learningStudents participate in assessmentA lot Sometimes 28. Poll 4: Learning activitiesIn my lessons I would like to see more:A. CollaborationStudents working in groups on projects and - www.eun.orgB. PersonalisationStudents working at their own pace on their own pathC. Feedback and self-regulated learningStudents constantly aware of their progress, strengths andweaknesses, developing learning skillsD. Peer tutoringStudents teaching each other 29. E: Attitudes and - 30. Obstacles to ICT uptake(% reporting A lot or Somewhat) - www.eun.orgObstacles0% 10% 20% 30% 40% 50% 60%Using ICT in teaching and learning not being a goalNo or unclear benefit to use ICTMost teachers not in favour of the use of ICTMost parents not in favour of the use of ICTPressure to prepare students for examsSchool space organisationSchool time organisationLack of pedagogical models on how to use ICT for learningToo difficult to integrate ICT use into the curriculumLack of content in national languageLack of adequate content/material for teachingInsufficient pedagogical support for teachersInsufficient technical support for teachersLack of adequate skills of teachersComputers out of date and/or needing repairInsufficient laptops/notebooksInsufficient interactive whiteboardsInsufficient bandwidthInsufficient computersTeachersPrincipals 31. - www.eun.orgOpinions - principals0% 20% 40% 60% 80%For ICT to be fully exploited for teaching and learningradical ch