Information and Communication Technologies Professional Development (ICTPD) School Clusters Programme
This page provides evaluations of the Information and Communication Technologies Professional Development (ICTPD) teacher professional development initiative. The ICTPD School Cluster programmes in New Zealand are aimed at increasing teachers’ ICT skills and pedagogical understandings of ICTs, at increasing the use of ICTs for professional and administrative tasks in schools, and at increasing the frequency and quality of the use of ICTs in schools to support effective classroom teaching and learning.
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Author(s): Vince Ham, CORE Education.
Date Published: June 2008
Author(s): Vince Ham, Hasan Toubat and Sandra Williamson-Leadley, CORE Education.
Date Published: December 2006
National trends in teacher participation in ICTPD Clusters Programmes 1999-2006: Results from the Baseline SurveysThis report presents a comparison of the entry surveys for teachers entering into the National ICT Professional Development Clusters Programme over the period 1999-2006. Teachers from each of these cohorts completed a baseline questionnaire about their ICT skills, personal and classroom confidence and use of ICTs, types of student activities using ICTs, and uses of ICTs by teachers for planning, preparation and administration. Trends in these baseline comparisons are discussed in the report.
Author(s): Vince Ham, Sandra Williamson-Leadley and Hasan Toubat, CORE Education.
Date Published: September 2006
Author(s): Vince Ham, Peter Moeau, Sandra Williamson-Leadley, Hasan Toubat and Michael Winter, Christchurch College of Education.
Date Published: 2006
ICTPD through three lenses: An Evaluation of the ICTPD School Clusters Programme 2001-2003 Supplement: Action Researcher ReportsA range of action research or self-study projects was undertaken as part of the evaluation of the 2001-2003 ICTPD (Information and Communication Technologies Professional Development) school clusters programme. During these studies, teachers or cluster facilitators investigated their own 'best practice' in relation to some aspect of ICT use in the teaching and learning process, or some aspect of facilitating teacher professional development in that area. This Supplement to the main Report (entitled ICTPD Through Three Lenses) contains the full reports of 12 of the action researchers.
Author(s): Vince Ham, Christchurch College of Education.
Date Published: 2006