An Expert Overview of International Evidence on Decision Making on Technology

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An Expert Overview of International Evidence on Decision Making on Technology

Webinar Duration: 50 minutes (approx.)
This webinar will provide governors, headteachers, principals and senior school leaders with an expert insight into a study of approaches taken by national governments to decision making in technology in schools for pupils and how this is supported and delivered.

On 26 May 2022, the DfE published their report on the strategic approaches 14 OECD countries take to decision making on technology infrastructure in schools. The review aimed to support future funding decisions, develop a framework for technology, understand different models and determine best practice methods for developing a digital infrastructure.

In this webinar Dr Phil Lambert, award-winning leader of education review and reform in Australia, author and international education expert, explores the background behind the report, the main findings and what gaps and conclusions were determined.

Learning Outcomes

  • Understanding the core focus of the report, the main objectives and the challenges that schools face with respect to developing a digital strategy.

  • Recognising the key findings from the review including how different countries develop their digital infrastructure, funding mechanisms and implementation strategies.

  • Identifying how other countries use different initiatives to increase the use of technology in schools and secure a greater buy-in from all involved.

  • Realising what specific decision areas are most commonly looked at and how each of the different countries involved approach these topics.

  • Acknowledging what evidence gaps still remain and weren’t covered by the report and what the main conclusions of the review revealed.

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