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Policies on ICT in Education in Nepal
http://bit.ly/17PC9YB
Policies on ICT in Education in Nepal
With technical support from UNESCO Bangkok and UNESCO Kathmandu, a four-day ICT in Education Master Plan preparation workshop was conducted in Kathmandu in 2010. The workshop provided an opportunity to the participants to familiarize themselves with the process and steps of preparing a Master Plan.
This Master Plan includes four major components: ICT infrastructure including internet connectivity, human resources, content development and system enhancement, in line with the four pillars of ICT in Education.
The Master Plan covers five sub-sectors of education, namely, School Education, Higher Education, Teacher Education and Training, and Continuing Education and Life-long Learning, and additionally Governance and Management in Education. Similarly, the plan mentions the overall institutional arrangement to implement this plan and identifies the monitoring and evaluation process of the plan.
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Regional cooperation through the ASEAN ICT Masterplan
http://bit.ly/1cHyhZv
ASEAN Ministers promote regional cooperation through the ASEAN ICT Masterplan
Recognising the importance of technology in improving efficiency and transparency in public service delivery, countries across southeast Asia have been undertaking e-government initiatives at various stages. To better support these ICT initiatives, members of the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) promote regional cooperation through the ASEAN ICT Masterplan.
The Ministers have agreed to commence planning and development of the next ASEAN ICT Masterplan for 2016-2020 and will continue these discussion in 2014 in Thailand.
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ASEAN ICT Masterplan 2015
http://www.scribd.com/doc/65723850/ASEAN-ICT-Masterplan-2015
ASEAN ICT Masterplan 2015
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Asia Pacific Ministerial Forum on ICT in Education
http://bit.ly/15hMIS1
Asia Pacific Ministerial Forum on ICT in Education
The Asia-Pacific Ministerial Forum on ICT in Education (AMFIE) was designed as an annual platform for policy level knowledge exchange and dialogue, showcasing a number of promising models and experiences in developing, adapting and/or monitoring ICT in Education policies and practices in countries at different development levels.
This brief report analyses the responses of AMFIE 2012 attendees to surveys immediately prior to and at the conclusion of the forum.
It sums up the three major themes emerged across the sessions and discussions as "ICT-in-Education as a means to reduce societal inequities"
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Victoria Gov. Australia ICT Policy 2013-2014
http://bit.ly/X28Zi3
Victoria Government Australia ICT Policy 2013-2014
his strategy provides high-level direction on the design and use of information and technology to deliver better government services.
It has been developed in response to three drivers: changes in citizen expectations of government services and ICT use; advances in technology; and
current gaps in ICT leadership, governance and skills.
The strategy sets out objectives and actions focused in three key areas and proposes eight principles to guide ICT decision-making.
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Michael Gove (UK) speaks to the Schools Network
http://bit.ly/rYgM9H
Michael Gove (UK) speaks to the Schools Network
Life in the 21st century - and education in the 21st century - relies on us having systems that are flexible and adaptable. So I want to talk to you today about two of the flexible, adaptable networks we're working on.
First, a flexible, adaptable education system, where schools have the freedom to innovate and collaborate in order to drive improvement.
And second, flexible, adaptable learning within schools, taking advantage of the way technology is transforming education.
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ICT in Educaction Policies and Plans by country
http://www.gesci.org/assets/files/Knowledge%20Centre/country-policies.pdf
A compilation of available worldwide ICT4E policies and plans, at both National and Ministry of Education level (where available). This is a version containing 195 countries with information. By GESCI.
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e-Government Masterplan 2011–2015 (sg)
http://bit.ly/ij0GJx
Singapore e-Government Masterplan 2011–2015
The Singapore government announced its new e-Government Masterplan 2011–2015 (eGov2015) on 20 June 2011 at the eGov Global Exchange. Teo Chee Hean, Deputy Prime Minister and Minister for Home Affairs said during his keynote address that eGov2015 hopes to achieve an improved exchange of information and ideas; catalyse the development of new e-government services and delivery channels; and improve public service delivery.
eGov2015’s vision—To be a collaborative government that co-creates and connects with our people—will be realised through three frontiers ...
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UK Gov Depart for Education : Business Plan 2011-2015
http://bit.ly/bpfebL
UK Gov Depart for Education : Business Plan 2011-2015
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National Education Technology Plan 2010 (USA)
http://www.ed.gov/technology/netp-2010
National Education Technology Plan 2010 (USA)
Transforming American Education: Learning Powered by Technology
The National Education Technology Plan, Transforming American Education: Learning Powered by Technology, calls for applying the advanced technologies used in our daily personal and professional lives to our entire education system to improve student learning, accelerate and scale up the adoption of effective practices, and use data and information for continuous improvement.
It presents five goals with recommendations for states, districts, the federal government, and other stakeholders. Each goal addresses one of the five essential components of learning powered by technology: Learning, Assessment, Teaching, Infrastructure, and Productivity.
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UNESCO Facilitating Effective ICT-Pedagogy
http://bit.ly/bvVVWN
UNESCO’s Bangkok Office starts (2010) ICT in education project funded by Korean government ‘Facilitating Effective ICT-Pedagogy Integration’ is a three-year project, supported by the Korean-Funds-In-Trust (KFIT) to promote better collaboration between teacher-education institutions and the network of primary and secondary schools.
Through this project, pre-service teachers can get a taste of the school environment, while those who are already in service can update their knowledge with new teaching practices using ICT.
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European Schoolnet
http://www.europeanschoolnet.org/
European Schoolnet is an international partnership of 26 European Ministries of Education developing learning for schools, teachers and pupils across Europe.
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ICT Strategy in New Zealand
http://tinyurl.com/bzly5
ICT Strategy in New Zealand
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ICT in Schools and SchoolNet Project in ASEAN Setting
http://www.unescobkk.org/index.php?id=1230
Strengthening ICT in Schools and SchoolNet Project in ASEAN Setting
The Strengthening ICT Use in Schools and SchoolNet project - which is supported by the Japanese Funds in Trust and the ASEAN Foundation and co-ordinated by UNESCO
This second phase of this project focuses on integrating ICT into classroom teaching and learning in the twenty four pilot schools in the eight project countries, namely Cambodia, Myanmar, Laos PDR, Vietnam, Indonesia, Malaysia, Philippines, Thailand, and Vietnam.
Duration 2003-2006
This activity will bring together the National Coordinators and the SchoolNet Managers/Website managers from the eight countries and prepare them for the creation of National and Regional SchoolNet.
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