The Strategic ICT Leadership Programme 2012 kicked-off at the Innovation Centre, Bradford on Friday morning. Over 30 teachers and school leaders shared their ideas about the proposed new curriculum and new Ofsted and Raise Online requirements.
A particular focus was put on the work of the Sutton Trust who have identified some strands of high-impact classroom practice, and teachers discussed in detail how learning technologies could be used to support effective feedback, metacognition, peer-assisted-learning and home learning.
Examples of best practice were provided by SEN, Primary and Secondary colleagues and all participants pledged to contribute to a blog and prepare a piece of action research to share at a dedicated teachmeet event in July.
Dr Andrea Cullen from Bradford University joined our discussions with regard to co-designing some Masters Level modules to reflect teachers’ needs and priorities.
Part two in April will concentrate on how learning technologies might support assessment, enquiry-based learning, and the use of Deep Data for early intervention.
Colleagues, please click through the link in the title of this post, introduce yourselves briefly in the space below, and join in with some of our discussions over coming weeks. See you in April.