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Dr Michael Harris Evidence and Evaluation Becta East Riding Primary Strategy conference 30 th November 2004. Pupils per computer for teaching and learning - average. Schools connected by broadband - percentage. 100. 20. 1998. Secondary. 15. 75.

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1998

Dr Michael HarrisEvidence and EvaluationBectaEast Riding Primary Strategy conference30th November 2004


1998

Pupils per computer for teaching and learning - average

Schools connected by broadband - percentage

100

20

1998

Secondary

15

75

Becta’s purpose is the transformation of education

There is more technology in schools than ever before

10

Primary

50

5

25

1997

1999

2000

2001

2002

2003

2004

Source: DfES ‘ICT in Schools in England’ annual survey (2004)

East Riding Primary Strategy conference30th November 2004


1998

Pupils per computer for teaching and learning - average

(non-computer suite ratio)

20

1998

Secondary

15

…but not enough for ICT to be ‘just another tool’

10

5

Based on between one and four computer suites with 25 computers each, including computers deemed ‘ineffective for curriculum use’

1997

1999

2000

2001

2002

2003

2004

Source: Based on data from DfES ‘ICT in Schools in England’ annual survey (2004), BESA survey (2003), and National Curriculum requirements

East Riding Primary Strategy conference30th November 2004


1998

Teacher ICT use - percentage ‘substantial’

Teacher ICT use - percentage ‘confident’

100

1998

English - primary

English - secondary

Mathematics - primary

Mathematics - secondary

Science - primary

Science - secondary

Primary

75

…and few schools successfully integrate ICT use across subjects

Secondary

50

25

1997

1999

2000

2001

2002

2003

2004

Source: DfES ‘ICT in Schools in England’ annual survey (2004)

East Riding Primary Strategy conference30th November 2004


1998

Impact of higher ICT use on pupil attainment

ICT can help to raise standards

Source: ImpaCT2 ‘ICT and Attainment’ (2002), 30 primary and 25 secondary schools

East Riding Primary Strategy conference30th November 2004


1998

Impact of higher ICT use - English at Key Stage 2 (11)

…but not all ICT use is equally effective

Source: ImpaCT2 ‘ICT and Attainment’ (2002)

East Riding Primary Strategy conference30th November 2004


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Factors supporting good quality learning with ICT

School leadership is crucial

Source: ‘ICT and Standards’ reports (2003), 2,582 primary and 430 secondary schools inspected during 2000-2001

East Riding Primary Strategy conference30th November 2004


School and home use of ict in english

School and home use of ICT in English

Location:

In lessons

At school

At home

Home use makes a difference to attainment

Source: ImpaCT2 ‘ICT and Attainment’ (2002)

East Riding Primary Strategy conference30th November 2004


Home access to desktop or laptop computers

Home access to desktop or laptop computers

…and schools are neglecting opportunities to build on home use

…but not all young people are ‘digital natives’

Source: Ofsted ‘ICT in Schools - The Impact of Government Initiatives Five Years On’ (2004), ImpaCT2 ‘Pupils’ and Teachers’ Perceptions of ICT in the Home, School and Community’ (2003)

Source: ‘Young People and ICT’ (2003), 1,804 young people aged 5-18

East Riding Primary Strategy conference30th November 2004


Home access to the internet

Home access to the internet

Source: ‘Young People and ICT’ (2003), 1,804 young people aged 5-18

East Riding Primary Strategy conference30th November 2004


Home access to technology

Home access to technology

experience conflicts over access

66%

78%

say this happens ‘at least once a week’

24%

say this happens ‘every day’

Source: ‘Young People and ICT’ (2003), 1,804 young people aged 5-18

East Riding Primary Strategy conference30th November 2004


1998

Organisation

& planning

Effective ICT use starts outside the classroom

Technology

skills

Technology

confidence

Subject/topic

knowledge

Appropriate

resources

Approach to

technology

Source: ‘ICT and Attainment’ & ‘ICT and Pedagogy’ literature reviews (2004)

East Riding Primary Strategy conference30th November 2004


1998

Teacher ICT confidence from personal access

…but more teachers need personal access to technology

Source: ‘Computers for Teachers’ Phase 2 Evaluation (2002)

East Riding Primary Strategy conference30th November 2004


1998

English

Word processing

and presentations

Creativity and

developing meaning

Maths

Programming

and modelling

Understanding and

applying concepts

Science

Simulations

and modelling

Scientific reasoning

and explanations

Geography

Simulations

andmodelling

Concepts and

relationships

History

Multimedia

resources

Understanding and

historical reasoning

Languages

Simulations and

role playing

Specific language

skills, confidence

Subject Use Deeper learning

Transformational ICT use acts on deeper learning processes…

Source: ‘ICT and Attainment’ & ‘ICT and Pedagogy’ literature reviews (2004), based on over 900 studies

East Riding Primary Strategy conference30th November 2004


2002 2006

2002-2006

3 clusters: 3 LEAs, 28 schools, 3 colleges

Funding

Implementation

…and we need to know more about this potential

Leadership

Teaching advice

Self-evaluation

Collaboration

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Embedding ICT through ‘quick wins’

Impact on pupils

Low

High

…but we need to tell teachers about more immediate uses

High

Rejection

Exhaustion

Teacher’s energy input

High

leverage

Low

Tokenism

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The traditional linear R&D model

The lateral ‘D&R’ model

Research

Application

Adjustment

Dissemination

‘Transformation’

Source: David Hargreaves, ‘Working Laterally’ (2003)

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1998

Becta’s purpose is the transformation of education

…but we don’t say what we mean by ‘transformation’

East Riding Primary Strategy conference30th November 2004


1998

What are schools for?

The ‘hole in the wall’ project in India

Source: British Journal of Educational Technology (forthcoming)

East Riding Primary Strategy conference30th November 2004


1998

Becta Review

Evidence on the Progress of ICT in Education

January 2005

East Riding Primary Strategy conference30th November 2004


1998

Dr Michael HarrisEvidence and [email protected]@becta.org.ukwww.becta.org.uk/research


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