eLearning Policy 2016
Jindalee State School
Creating a clever future today
Through innovation, creativity and a futures orientation, we are the community of tomorrow.
Jindalee State School will be a leader in incorporating eLearning strategies to engage and empower all learners (teachers and students), preparing them to contribute confidently, effectively and innovatively within global communities.
Meet the requirements of the Australian Curriculum.
Children, parents, staff and the wider community have relevant and meaningful experiences using ICT.
Children have a growing awareness of how ICT is used in the world around them and of the benefits that it provides.
ICT is used to support problem solving and learning across the curriculum.
Innovative use of resources.
Curriculum coverage and progression
Teacher observations, summative and formative assessment informs future planning.
Children are encouraged to evaluate their own and others’ work in a positive and supportive environment.
Information is shared with appropriate stakeholders through display, celebration events, newsletters, reports, and relevant websites, including the Learning Place.
Regular monitoring of aspects of ICT informs the teachers, HOC, eLearning Coordinator, Master Teacher, Principal and school development plan/school evaluation form.
Learning styles and the learning environment
Medium term planning takes account of differentiation and progression.
Learning styles will be considered.
Open questions will be developed to challenge children’s thinking and learning.
Stimulating learning environments will be created.
Independent learners will have access to a variety of resources (student learning pathways) and encouraged to reflect on the choices that they have made.
Children’s individual needs will be addressed through provision of resources, learning styles and questioning.
Positive use of technology by our school community will be promoted.
All learners have the opportunity to develop their ICT capability.
Home, school and community links
Within school funding and strategic priorities, resources are purchased and deployed effectively to meet the requirements of the Australian Curriculum.
An ICT asset register is maintained.
Roles and responsibilities
Health and safety