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Here is the Technology Enhanced Learning Roadmap (TEL) for ICT in the Curriculum. This is one of the five key areas a school would focus on when becoming a Digital School of Europe. For simplicity of presentation the Roadmap is displayed on five separate pages one for each area of focus as shown above.

The Technology Enhanced Learning (TEL) Roadmap has 4 consecutive stages of progression.

  1. Initial
  2. Enabled
  3. Confident
  4. Mature

Each stage represents a more advanced stage than its predecessor.

It is not unusual for a school to be at different stages across each of the areas listed on the Roadmap. For example, schools may find that they are in the Initial stage one area and perhaps the Enabled stage in another. The TEL Roadmap is designed to generate discussion among the TEL team around the five key areas and their sub-criteria. Becoming a Digital School of Europe does not require schools to be in the Mature Stage but they should target the Enabled and Confident stages instead. Move your mouse over the stages to learn more about them and the criteria required for each stage.

To carry out a Self-evaluation of your school on one or more of the five key areas select the Self-evaluation menu item.

ICT in the Curriculum

Planning

Initial

There is little planning for ICT integration, with ICT activities focused on students’ acquisition of ICT skills, e.g. word processing.

Initial Planning

Explore the potential of ICT to create, communicate and collaborate to organise and produce information.

Enabled

There is some planning for ICT integration, with the focus mainly on teacher preparation, whole class teaching, group and individual work.

Enabled Planning

Content to be added here. 

Confident

Teachers plan in a structured way for ICT integration in their lessons and learner activity.

Confident Planning

Content to be added here. 

Mature

The school devotes time to exploring new approaches to using TEL to improve student learning.

Mature Planning

Content to be added here. 

ICT in the Curriculum

Teacher Use

Initial

Teachers use computers primarily in isolation from regular classroom learning activity.

Initial ICT Usage

Understand and apply knowledge of the functions of ICT, including safe practice, maintenance and ergonomics.

Enabled

Teachers use ICT for lesson planning and as a teaching tool.

Enabled ICT Usage

Content to be added here.

Confident

Teachers use ICT to provide learning opportunities that support cross-curricular, subject-based and constructivist learning approaches.

Confident ICT Usage

Content to be added here. 

Mature

Teachers have embedded ICT into their practice to facilitate student directed learning. There is consistent evidence of collaborative, discovery-based and authentic TEL activities throughout the school.

Mature ICT Usage

Content to be added here. 

ICT in the Curriculum

Student Experience

Initial

Students occasionally use ICT as part of the learning process.

Initial Student Experience

Using ICT for thinking and learning, including managing enquiry, assessing information, solving problems and expressing ideas across a range of curriculum areas.

Enabled

Students experience TEL activities regularly.

Enabled Student Experience

Content to be added here. 

Confident

Students experience TEL activities regularly and use ICT to collaborate on curriculum activities both within the school and with other schools.

Confident Student Experience

Content to be added here. 

Mature

Students are facilitated to use ICT to support and assess their learning, e.g. creating digital content and eportfolios.

Mature Student Experience

Content to be added here. 

ICT in the Curriculum

Special Educational Needs

Initial

Teachers are aware that ICT can enhance the learning opportunities of students with special educational needs.

Initial Special Education Needs

Review how ICT is or should be used to support Special Education Needs.

Enabled

Teachers use of ICT focuses on the development of literacy and numeracy for students with special educational needs.

Enabled Special Education Needs

Content to be added here. 

Confident

Teachers use ICT diagnostic tools, SEN activities and ICT resources to address curriculum objectives with students with special educational needs.

Confident Special Education Needs

Content to be added here. 

Mature

ICT is integral to all aspects of SEN teaching and learning as well as in the development of IEPs. ICT resources and SEN activities are incorporated into all levels of school planning.

Mature Special Education Needs

Content to be added here.