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Group 1 Project presentation. I.C.T. INTEGRATION IN SCHOOLS. There is limited access to internet (mainly wireless) The wiring of schools are not adequate (low voltage) The required physical space is inadequate The incompetence and unwillingness of teachers .

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issues relating to integration of i c t in the classroom

There is limited access to internet (mainly wireless)

  • The wiring of schools are not adequate (low voltage)
  • The required physical space is inadequate
  • The incompetence and unwillingness of teachers
Issues relating to integration of I.C.T. in the classroom
issues relating to integration of i c t in the classroom1

No internet access at a number of students’ homes.

  • Insufficient I.T. Technicians
  • School policies and rules which prohibit the use of cell phones and electronics by students during school / class time.
Issues relating to integration of I.C.T. in the classroom
ways of addressing issues

Internet systems must be upgraded; wireless hubs need to be installed.

Fundraisers- the funding will be realized via donations, P.T.A., School Boards, Alumni & Division funding

  • Upgrade electrical system via Division funding.
  • Construction of more classes, shuffling of present classes to make wisest use of space.
  • Training workshops for stakeholders both internal and external.
Ways of addressing issues
ways of addressing issues1

Establish homework centre at schools which will be supervised by parents/teachers/prefects (probably 2-3 hours per day), to enable students to access the internet for home work assignments.

  • Have the division assign full time I.T. technician at every school.
  • Make adjustments to school rules and policies that govern the use of cell phones and electronics.
Ways of addressing issues
advantages of i c t in the classroom

It will equip students with the technological skills required for effective participation in the 21st century

  • It will provide active collaboration among stakeholders (mainly student, teacher, parent)
  • It will motivate students to enjoy their learning experience; to desire knowledge in an environment with which they are familiar.
Advantages of I.C.T. in the classroom
advantages of i c t in the classroom1

It will establish a reliable, central depository of school knowledge.

  • It will adequately cater to multiple intelligences in the teaching / learning process.
  • It will provide the opportunity for gaining the class experience outside the walls of the physical classroom.
Advantages of I.C.T. in the classroom

To produce students and teachers who possess the technological skills necessary to function in the 21st century

  • To make learning and teaching an exciting experience for both student and teacher
  • To create an environment that permits every child to learn and achieve at his/her highest potential

To assist students in becoming actively engaged in their own learning

  • To improve the performance of students (academic and behavioral)
  • To increase the occasions of interaction among stakeholders

Observation and testing (pencil/paper, practical and so on) in the use of productivity and web tools

  • Observation; Questioning via online questionnaire, etc.
  • Testing (pen/paper and projects/oral presentation; individual and group)

Observation of students on task

  • Testing both internally (quizzes, home work assignments) and externally (N.C.S.E. and


  • Observation (group work, statistics) and Questioning
i mplementation strategies

Do an intervention plan

  • Conduct meetings with management teams or boards. Include representatives from each stakeholder sect
  • The representative from each stakeholder faction will do a needs’ assessment about their stance on I.C.T.
Implementation Strategies
implementation strategies

Determine training needs of each faction

  • Trained personnel (Principals, Vice-Principals, H.O.D.s, I.T. teachers) will be used to facilitate the new thrust. They will be responsible for training and monitoring the progress of their colleagues
  • Acquire resources
Implementation Strategies
implementation strategies1

Installation and Testing

  • Implementation
  • Evaluation: clinical supervision will assist in this area, as well as review of lesson plans done by teachers
  • Review: to be done at the end of every term; to meet with H.O.D.s ever so often
Implementation Strategies
sample questionnaire

1. Gender Male Female

2. Marital Status Single Married Divorced

3. Religion Christian Muslim Hindu Other

4. Age group 18-24 25-32 33 and over

5. How long have you been a teacher?

0-5yrs 6-10 yrs 11-15yrs 16yrs and over

sample questionnaire1

7. Are you a trained teacher? Yes No

8. Do you love the teaching profession? Yes No

9. At which level of the education system do you teach?

Pre-school Primary Secondary Tertiary

10 Is your school sufficiently equipped for ICT integration?Yes No

11. If no, what equipment is required?..............................................

12. As a teacher do you think ICT would help students who have learning disabilities?

Yes No

sample questionnaire2

13. Do you think all teachers should be trained in the use of ICT methodology?

Yes No

14. Do you require training in the use of ICT?

Yes No

15. Have you ever used technology in teaching any of your lessons?

Yes No

16. Which devices did you use? …………………………………………………………………………

17. What issues do you foresee in the use of ICT? ………………………………………………

18. What are some of the privileges you may have with the use of ICT in your lessons that you may not have now?


19. Do you see the use of ICT as the way to the future of the education system?

Yes No

group members

Marslyn Melville-Jack

Jamila Nicholls

Norma George-Ochoa


Marc Scipio

Llyod Johnson

Denroy James

GROUP Members