02 Harnessing Technology Review 2008: The role of technology and its impact on education
Executive summary 3Introduction 13Challenges and issues 151 Technology-confdent, eective providers 22
1.1 Do providers achieve well on e-maturity criteria?
1.2 Are providers able to support home and extended learning?
1.3 To what extent do technology-based tools and resources support eective teaching?
342 Engaged and empowered learners 41
2.1 To what extent is learner entitlement met and does it support vulnerable groups?
2.2 Does technology add value to amily and inormal learning?
2.3 Are learners condent and sae users o technology to support their learning?
513 Confdent system leadership and innovation 56
3.1 Do education leaders use technology to support their priorities?
3.2 What wider support do learning providers receive?
3.3 Is innovation encouraged across the system and good practice shared and adopted?
644 Enabling inrastructure and processes 67
4.1 To what extent are learner services integrated?
4.2 Are high-quality, tailored resources available to all learners?
4.3 Is the technology inrastructure or learning ecient and sustainable?
765 Improved personalised learning experiences 82
5.1 To what extent are learners able to exercise choice among fexible learning options?
5.2 Is tailored and fexible assessment available and able to address learners’ needs?
5.3 Does technology oer engaging learning experiencesthat support deep and higher-order learning?
916 Impact on national priorities 96
6.1 Improving capacity, quality and eciency
6.2 Raising achievements and improving skills
6.3 Narrowing gaps and supporting the vulnerable