A school ICT policy is a document which sets out how you use ICT in teaching and learning and indeed, throughout the wider context of the school itself.
It should form the back-bone to the school’s developing ICT culture which is the combination of the realisation of relationships, beliefs, attitudes and ideologies of all staff that work within the school.
It is the school’s approach to achieving the vision for ICT capability and ICT literacy over a period of time.
Your school ICT policy needs to have ownership by all the staff and needs to be strategically developed and implemented. It is the key to ensuring the development of student ICT capability and ICT literacy occurs.
Key strategies/content found in this document include:
- What is a school ICT policy?
- ICT Policy Early Years
- ICT Policy for Primary School
- Strategic Planning for Schools
- ICT Development Plan
- Vision Statement for Schools
- Technology Mission Statement for Schools
- Tips for Writing the School ICT Policy
- Involving the Whole Staff
- Recommended Structure of ICT Policy for Schools
- School ICT Policy Action Plan
- Managing and Monitoring the ICT Policy
- Monitoring Progress