Advisory Matters

18 Feb

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The International Technology in Education Mark (ITEM) is an accreditation scheme for International Schools. Derived from the UK’s ICT Mark and ISTE’s NETS, the scheme enables schools to self-review their ICT provision across all areas of the school, from administration to integrating ICT into the curriculum. It is accredited by Naace, the professional association for educators interested in advancing education through ICT, and an ISTE affiliate.
ITEM sets out a structure of elements, strands and aspects to facilitate self-evaluation, benchmarking and action planning.
The eight elements are:

Leadership and Vision


Learning Experiences


Planning, Assessment & Evaluation


Work and Learning


Digital Citizenship


Professional Growth and Practice


Innovation and Creativity



Thomas Adam Johnson‘s insight:

This is a structure for schools to recognise and gauge technology development.

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