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  1. MIICE Measuring the Impact of ICT on Children’s Education

  2. MIICE • “To date the government has invested one billion pounds in ICT in schools in the last 5 years.” -- Michael Wills, Minister for Learning and Technology.

  3. Proponents of the wide use of ICT in learning and teaching argue that it has the potential to lead to “better” learning. But many education authorities, school managers and teachers are unsure of what “better” actually means in practice MIICE

  4. MIICE • The MIICE toolbox reflects the range of benefits which good use of ICT can deliver, by listing and describing 13 ‘learning outcomes’ and their components. • These were validated by almost 250 teachers from a cross-section of Scottish schools.

  5. MIICE Toolbox. How do you use it ? • The toolbox comprises 13 learning outcomes such as (1) Learner Reflection and (2) Skills Development. • The first seven of these outcomes relate to learning by pupils • numbers 8-10 relate to schools’ management of effective learning • numbers 11-13 relate to continuing professional development in the use of ICT for teachers.

  6. MIICE • In employing a structure of outcomes, components and measures, the MIICE toolbox reflects the framework (although with different terminology) of How Good Is Our School.

  7. MIICE • To use the toolbox in its entirety would be both exhausting and demoralising • it can be used in a variety of ways, with education authorities, school managers or teachers selecting whichever outcomes are relevant to their context

  8. MIICE - Its use • A number of MIICE partners are already using the toolbox in different ways, both for specific projects and as part of their wider QA programmes. As well as providing a good illustration of the breadth of uses to which it can be put, the examples below highlight the value of customising the toolbox to suit the context

  9. Aberdeen City council using it to monitor SuccessMaker and RM Maths. West Lothian using it to outline targets for Primary Schools in Whitburn. Glasgow council to use it to evaluate learning gains from the use of Joranda hand held devices Clarkston Primary School, Airdrie. School Development Planning Eastern Primary School, Dundee. P7 Projects Gairloch High. Home school links using ICT MIICE - Some examples of its use

  10. MIICE - Further Information • Further information including the primary and secondary toolboxes can be downloaded at www.miice.org.uk