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 Collective Case Study of Six Asian Countries: Indonesia, Malaysia, Philippines, Singapore, South Korea, ThailandUNESCO Asia and Pacific Regional Bureau for Education, 2004, 9 vols.ISBN 92-9223-015-8

This package of Lessons Learned consists of eight components of ICT integration in education. These components provide the key foundation and framework in setting up ICT for education programmes. A synthesis of lessons learned from selected countries in the region provides the basis for the development of tools and blueprints to guide policy for mulation and programme improvements. It also serves as an advocacy instrument to gain the support of policymakers and other stakeholders for the appropriate use of resource to support the integration of ICT in education.

Integrating ICT into Education
A Collective Case Study of Six Asian Countries
Indonesia, Malaysia, Philipppines, Singapore, South Korea, Thailand

Preface, Executive Summary and Abbreviation

 

 

 

 

Component 1
Broader Environmental Context

Component 2
Policy and Regulatory Environment

  • Education system responsiveness
  • ICT in Education Policy and ICT Infrastructures Support
  • Economic and Social/Cultural Context
  • Policy Development
  • Transforming Policy into Action
  • Legal and Regulatory Framework
  • Macro-Economic Impact
  • Inter-Ministerial Collaboration
  • Advocady and Support from Policymakers and Other Stakeholders

Component 3
Management and Financing

Component 4
ICT in Schools - Policy, Vision and Strategy

  • Leadership and Management
  • Harmonizing ICT in Education Programmes with Other ICt and/or Education Initiatives/Projects
  • Dichotomy between Educators and Technologies
  • Resources at Ministerial and School Levels
  • Resources from Donors and the Private Sector
  • Strategies to Ensure Sustainability
  • ICT in Schools: Vision and Plan
  • Supporting Policies to Facilitate Uptake of ICT
  • Management of ICT Resources
  • Translation of Laws into Acceptable School-Level Regulations
  • Parents and Community Involvement

Component 5
Technology Infrastructure and Connectivity

Component 6
Curriculum, Pedagogy and Content Development

  • Mobilizing Support from Telecommunications and ICT Organisations and Industries
  • Choice and Mode of Deployment of Technologies
  • Connectivity Options/Alternatives
  • Infrastructure to Support and Deliver Teaching and Learning
  • Emerging Technologies: Dealing with Rapid Development of Technologies
  • Donation of Computers
  • Open Source Software
  • Guidelins on Inforamtion Security
  • Integrating School Management Software with Learning Management System (LMS)
  • Integrating Technology in the Curriculum and Assessment
  • Shift in Pedagogy as a Result of Integrating ICT in the Curriculum
  • Contents and Services that Support Continuous Improvement of Curriculum Practices
  • Development and Selection of Culturally Sensitive Content
  • Ethical and Political Implications of English as Lingua Franca
  • Intellectual Property Rights Related to Educational Software

Component 7
Professional Development

Component 8
Monitoring and Evaluation

  • Policy and Management of Teacher Training on ICT
  • Teacher Training Modalities
  • Teachers' Competencies and Standards
  • How to Change Mindset of Teachers
  • Content Focus of Capacity Building for Teachers
  • Capacity Building for Education Personnel at All Levels
  • Incentive System and Motivational Strategies for Teachers
  • Documentation of Benefits of ICT Use in Education
  • Evaluation Methodologies
  • Programme Evaluation

 

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