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Published Student Learning Programs Division, for the Department of Education and. Early Childhood Development, January 2009, State of Victoria Department of Education. and Early Childhood Development 2009, The copyright in this document is owned by the. State of Victoria Department of Education and Early Childhood Development or in the case. of some materials by third parties third party materials No part may be reproduced by any. process except in accordance with, the provisions of the Copyright Act 1968 the National Education Access Licence for Schools. see below or with permission, An educational institution situated.
in Australia which is not conducted, for profit or a body responsible. for administering such an institution, may copy and communicate the. materials other than third party, materials for the educational. purposes of the institution, Authorised by the Department of Education. and Early Childhood Development, 2 Treasury Place East Melbourne Victoria 3002.
ISBN to be inserted if required, This document is also available on the internet at. http www education vic gov au studentlearning elearning planning default htm. 2 Publication Title, About this guide 3, Why plan for eLearning 4. Empowering students to fully engage in a 21st century. learning environment 4, DEECD initiatives 5, Victorian Essential Learning Standards 5. School ICT Progression Strategy 5, ePotential ICT Capabilities Resource 5. The Ultranet 6, Australian Government initiatives 7.
Digital Education Revolution 7, MCEETYA Framework 7. eLearning Planning the Effective Schools Model 8, Effective Schools Model focus on eLearning 8. eLearning Planning 9, Developing your eLearning Plan 10. eLearning Vision 10, The eLearning Planning Matrix 11. Matrix overview 11, Using the eLearning Planning Matrix to develop the.
eLearning Plan 13, eLearning Planning Template 14, Unpacking the elements 15. eLearning Leadership 15, Learning Teaching Assessment and Reporting 17. ICT Professional Learning 20, Learning Places and Spaces 23. Learning Communities 25, Evaluation Review and Management 26. IT infrastructure and technical support 27, Supporting the School ICT Progression Strategy SIPS 27.
eLearning Planning Guide 2009 1, eLearning Planning Guide 2009 2. About this guide, This guide is designed to eLearning includes the exploration and. support Victorian Government use of diverse ICT strategies and tools. schools to make eLearning to expand teaching and learning. planning an integral part of their possibilities in ways that lead to. School Strategic Plan and improved student learning outcomes. Annual Implementation Plan It, will help each school develop an There needs to be cohesion across all. eLearning Plan that will improve elements of eLearning planning to. outcomes through the ensure that infrastructure and. integration of information and resources are used to reconceptualise. communication technologies teaching and learning in order to. ICT across all aspects of, maximise the benefits of the digital age. school activity, Successful eLearning implementation.
occurs only when eLearning is an, integral part of a school s vision for. eLearning Planning Guide 2009 3, Why plan for eLearning. 21st century education integrates The challenge for schools is to create. Empowering students to, technologies engaging students in engaging and supportive learning. ways not previously possible creating fully engage in a 21st environments and opportunities that. new learning and teaching century learning stimulate extend and deepen student. possibilities enhancing achievement environment learning and incorporate seamless use. and extending interactions with local of the technologies students use so. and global communities Today s students think learn and live in ubiquitously in their daily lives. MCEETYA ICT in Schools Taskforce an increasingly online world New. Contemporary Learning document in technologies and virtual environments A school s eLearning Plan needs to. Learning in an Online World 2005 allow important parts of their personal take into account the emerging. and social life to be digitised shared digital ICT literacies of today s and. 21st century learning demands new and linked to global communities tomorrow s students and to develop. pedagogical and technological Students may have more access to appropriate and targeted strategies to. approaches to using ICT for learning It technology at home than at school support improved learning and. is the responsibility of teachers and Outside of school they may regularly teaching. school leaders to prepare students for contribute to online forums interact. the demands of an ever changing with and seek help from peers and find Digitally literate learners. world through facilitating learning in a innovative methods of solving want to be connected. technology rich environment where problems managing their time and. students and teachers don t just learn expressing themselves Often this are discriminating. about technology they use it to achieve happens all at once using multiple are empowered and critically. powerful learning and teaching and applications devices and interfaces literate. improve student learning outcomes, A transformative school recognises and are information seekers and. further develops these capabilities It navigators, revises its curriculum and learning.
understand they are part of a, programs to include opportunities for. global community and that learning, students to work autonomously and. is unrestricted by classroom walls, concurrently in a dynamic and. challenging environment There are are demanding of content. opportunities for students to use their teaching quality and access to. own ICT devices to tap into powerful resources, and personal learning networks. think analyse and construct, Students have access to more knowledge.
information and communication tools constantly communicate virtually. than ever before in human history 1, Such access calls for a new literacy dk2 2008. digital ICT literacy This requires, students to be aware wary and. discriminating They need to be, empowered users who make informed. choices about the information they, seek the products they want to create. and the tools they use, http www dk2 com au, eLearning Planning Guide 2009 4.
DEECD initiatives, A number of Victorian Government. Victorian Essential ePotential ICT, initiatives create a new ICT landscape. for schools eLearning planning Learning Standards Capabilities Resource. supports these by bringing into focus The Victorian Essential Learning The ePotential ICT Capabilities. the role of ICT It complements the Standards VELS has identified ICT as Resource4 provides schools with an. Department of Education and Early a key interdisciplinary domain that ICT Capabilities Framework an online. Childhood Development s DEECD focuses on providing students with the survey planning tools and a bank of. School Strategic Planning tools to transform their learning and to resources to support the development. Guidelines 20081 and feeds into the enrich their learning environment of teachers ICT capabilities within. School ICT Progression Strategy VELS Victorian Curriculum and learning and teaching contexts. SIPS The eLearning planning Assessment Authority VCAA 3. framework parallels the Effective ePotential supports the eLearning Plan. Schools Model and supports schools as eLearning planning supports the impact by providing indicative benchmark data. they prepare for implementation of the of the ICT domain of VELS across all that informs the professional learning. Ultranet areas of the curriculum needs of staff Analysing ePotential. survey results can assist teachers to, The role of eLearning planning in some It enables a cohesive whole school identify ICT professional learning goals. of these initiatives is elaborated on approach to planning for the integration. here of ICT into learning and teaching This The results can also indicate. empowers teachers and students to information about the use or non use of. transform how learning occurs and to ICT resources. enrich learning environments in, schools improving student learning. School ICT Progression, The School ICT Progression Strategy.
SIPS initiative is an integral part of the, Technical Support to Schools Program. TSSP specifically designed to provide, enhanced support in the area of ICT. infrastructure to school leadership, teams ICT staff and technicians. SIPS will deliver a standardised, approach to ICT infrastructure for all. schools and will support the roll out of http www eduweb vic gov au edulibra. the Ultranet SIPS recommends an ry public account operate SSP 2008. eLearning Plan as a fundamental basis gdl v1 00 20080129 pdf. for infrastructure planning in each 2, https www eduweb vic gov au techro.
school including the development of a, om tssp sips. School ICT Inventory and a School ICT, Infrastructure Roadmap and School 3. http vels vcaa vic edu au essential int, Strategic Plan erdisciplinary ict index html. http epotential education vic gov au, eLearning Planning Guide 2009 5. DEECD initiatives Continued, Key benefits of the Ultranet to the.
The Ultranet, The Ultranet1 is a student centred, electronic learning environment that establish a school environment for. supports high quality learning and the future, teaching connects students teachers. improve the educational outcomes, and parents and enables efficient. of Victorians, knowledge transfer It will establish a. schools environment for the future that reduce the administrative burden. improves the educational outcomes of on teachers and school leaders. all Victorians, reduce the future cost of education.
The Ultranet enables DEECD to better improve educational opportunities. support Victorian Government schools for regional rural and remote. and enhance active partnerships with Victorians, parents and help to improve student. learning support the work of teachers, The Ultranet will be available for all. Victorian government schools in Term 3, Objectives of the Ultranet. improve responsiveness to, individual learning needs. provide better information to, parents the school system and.
Government, improve efficiency of the learning, environment and school. administration, adopt an enterprise approach to, intranet development. exploit previous ICT investments, http www education vic gov au mana. gement ultranet, eLearning Planning Guide 2009 6, Australian Government initiatives. Digital Education MCEETYA Framework, Revolution The DEECD eLearning planning.
The emphasis on 21st century learning framework is aligned to Digital. is reflected in recent Commonwealth education Making change happen is. Government initiatives relating to a framework for strategic planning and. technology in education reflection published in 2008 by the. Curriculum Corporation for the, The Digital Education Revolution is a Ministerial Council on Education. major part of the Commonwealth Employment Training and Youth. Government s Education Revolution Affairs MCEETYA It details the ICT. 1 billion is being committed over four based characteristics and attributes of. years with the aim to contribute developing accomplished and leading. sustainable and meaningful change to schools, teaching and learning in Australian. schools that will prepare students for, further education training jobs of the. future and to live and work in a digital, http wps pearsoned com au au h. ss finger translearn 1 56 14383 36, 82213 cw 3682229 index html.
One aspect of the Digital Education, Revolution is the National Secondary. Schools Computer Fund NSSCF, Schools seeking funding for this. initiative are asked to adhere to State, Government education jurisdictional. procurement guidelines which include, providing evidence of either an existing. or a developing ICT Strategic Plan The, eLearning Planning Guide supports.
schools to create and update such a, plan It provides a sound basis from. which schools can articulate clear and, workable goals and also enables. schools to take advantage of, opportunities available through the. Australian Government s Digital http www education vic gov au manag. Education Revolution initiative ement ictsupportservices nsscf htm. http www digitaleducationrevolution g, http icttaskforce edna edu au icttaskfo. rce webdav site icttaskforcesite users r, oot public Digital education full pdf.
eLearning Planning Guide 2009 7, eLearning Planning the Effective. Schools Model, The Effective Schools Model outlines To achieve the vision of the Blueprint. Effective Schools Model, the characteristics that help make a for Government Schools the Victorian. school effective Victorian schools can focus on eLearning Government must build an excellent. use this model to evaluate and guide The diagram shows the relationship government school system rather than. their improvement between the Effective Schools Model a system with some excellent. and eLearning planning highlighting government schools An excellent. the ways in which ICT enables school system is one that is made up. improved practice of effective schools that are, continuously improving. The Victorian Essential Learning Standards VELS has identified ICT as a key interdisciplinary domain that focuses on providing students with the tools to transform their learning and to enrich their learning environment VELS Victorian Curriculum and t Authority VCAA 3 eLearning planning supports the impact of the ICT domain of VELS across all areas of the curriculum It enables a

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