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ICT Learning hosts Seminar about Education Technology Implementation

Expert: Educating the new generation requires careful technology planning and implementation that works, and is sustainable.

What kind of strategy, information, skills and implementation model does one need to succeed in ensuring educational technology does bring its touted benefits and not just remain “pie in the sky”? How do administrators, teachers and planners make investments in expensive equipment justifiable and sustainable, and how do they manage all this without going through the steep learning curve and pitfalls of such an undertaking?

John Steele, General Manager and Chief Information Officer of the Dufferin-Peel Catholic District School Board, Ontario, Canada conducted a one-day seminar on answers to these questions at the Hotel Equatorial, Kuala Lumpur on Monday 17th November 2008.

Speaking to an appreciative audience comprising administrators and ICT staff from international, private and local institutions as well as Ministry of Education officers, Mr Steele provided attendees with tools and strategies to overcome the formidable challenges faced in implementing educational ICT. Armed with his knowledge and experience in overseeing all of ICT for 89,000 students and 9,000 employees in over 170 sites in Ontario, he shared his model for a technology plan specifically designed for educational environments. The template covered all aspects relevant to the implementation and sustainment of a “smart” school, including proven strategies, solutions and models that address areas such as:

  • Planning for technology
  • An ICT Governance strategy
  • Effective professional development and training
  • Approaches to servicing and supporting technology
  • Enhancing your school’s profile
  • Hardware and software procurement
  • Deployment recommendations – a staggered approach

This unique opportunity for educators with a responsibility for technology planning, implementation and strategy was a first for Malaysia, and attendees not only actively involved themselves in the lively discussions and activities, they were stimulated and challenged by an outstanding presenter with almost 30 years of experience in education.

Please find below some pictures taken during the sessions. Click on them to enlarge.

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