Next-generation policies must balance flexibility and innovation with accountability and consistency, with an increasing emphasis on data privacy. This includes data collection and access, how it’s used and stored, and how to manage potential breaches.
An effective policy framework aligns with all aspects of the Intel Education Transformation Model to reflect the full scope of the educational technology initiative. With this model, you can establish a flexible framework that achieves innovation and accountability while promoting the transformative use of ICT.
To build success, policies should provide time, networks, resources, professional learning, and opportunities for collaboration and a system of recognition and incentives for principals, teachers, and other school leaders.
Thiam Seng Koh, Ph.D., Principal, St. Joseph’s Institution, Singapore
Former Director for Educational Technology at the Singapore Ministry of Education, Dr. Koh has experienced successful ICT support learning programs as an administrator, practitioner, researcher, and currently as a principal.
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