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Have you used the e-Learning Planning Framework?

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Started by Karen Spencer 15 Feb 2012 4:01pm () Replies (27)

You may have seen that the revised version of the e-Learning Planning Framework, with supporting examples, resources and possible way to use it, has been published on Enabling e-Learning on TKI, under Professional Learning.

Tessa and I also ran a workshop at the Learning@School conference last month, where we talked with many school leaders about the different ways they planned for the development and use of ICTs in their school. We looked at ways in which a principal or school leader might manage an audit or review, using the framework as a roadmap.

Several people at the session wanted to talk further about this, so here we are: are you using the framework? Have you got any suggestions for other schools about how it could be used as part of planning and review? 


  • Megan Clotworthy (View all users posts) 13 Nov 2012 4:05pm ()

    The elearning framework has been a powerful tool to enable our school to work towards devising our strategic plan.  The leadership team unpacked what the four phases looked like and then focused on the five dimensions. As I am aware may be the issue with many other schools, we were well on the way towards extending with our technologies and infrastructure, but are still at the emerging or engaging stages for the other dimensions.  The document is useful in guiding teams through next steps and priorities.  It is also a useful tool to inform staff of our current position and where we are heading. It has been helpful for our school as we plan to embark on a challenging journey of professional development in elearning next year, and this document really highlights the need for it.

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