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Leading Schools in the 21st Century - the role of ICT

Author: Anna Street
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The effective use of ICT in schools is regarded as crucial by parents and pupils, and its impact on learner outcomes is beyond doubt. However, it places significant demands upon school leadership teams, requiring the integration of key strategic strands.

Overview

This flexible course is designed for strategic leadership teams in primary schools.  Costs for the course will cover up to three attendees from each school.

 

The course will address:

* ICT and learning.
* ICT and information management.
* ICT and communication / community cohesion and engagement.
* ICT and learning environments.

The purpose is to inform and guide school leadership teams to prepare for the journey ahead.

Dates

The course will be held over three dates in the Spring Term 2012.

Location

Midlands - venue tbc


Programme

The full programme will be released shortly - but the day will start with registration and refreshments at 9.30am for a 10.00am start and end with evaluations around 16.00pm.

Register your interest:

Bookings aren't open just yet - but please register your details in the meantime and we'll be in touch as soon as they are open.

This is an additional training course to add to the Naace/SHP partnership calendar of events.  Places will be limited so please book early to avoid disappointment.


If you have any queries then please don't hesitate to contact Anna on 0115 9457238 or at anna.street@naace.co.uk.

Leading Schools in the 21st Century - the role of ICT
The effective use of ICT in schools is regarded as crucial by parents and pupils, and its impact on learner outcomes is beyond doubt. However, it places significant demands upon school leadership teams, requiring the integration of key strategic strands.

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