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ICT and Education Indicators UNESCO Institute for Statistics exhibited by: Ko-Chih Tung, Regional Advisor for the UIS and Jon Kapp, Assistant Program Specialist, UIS with commitments from Simon Ellis, UIS HQ and the ICT in Education Unit, UNESCO Bangkok Joint UNCTAD-ITU-UNESCAP Regional Workshop on Information Society Measurements 27 July 2006

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Context World Summit on the Information Society (WSIS) Global observing part of UIS AIMS-UIS Asia and Pacific Regional Office UNESCO Bangkok

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Introduction UIS and Information Society: ICT and Education setting up center worldwide pointers for the Partnership Potential for standard information gathering for instruction insights ICT aptitudes evaluation through hhld study: Literacy Assessment and Monitoring Program (LAMP) & Program for International Assessment of Adult Competency (PIAAC) Content and utilization of ICTs work on Linguistic differences press and communicate reviews

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AIMS-UIS Regional Office Supporting limit working in the regions of checking, appraisal and examination of inconsistencies in access to training Planning for and organizing the EFA Mid-Decade Assessment (2006-2007) Developing manuals, rules and devices and instruments for better study, investigation and providing details regarding instruction information

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Capacity building Requires: earlier political duty from a Ministry concerned in light of a strategy responsibility in national advancement arranges A co-ordinated approach including; controllers, NSOs, Ministries, ISPs/telecomms organizations and NGOs Sustained help with a gatherings of nations over a quantities of years to change the establishment and the staff.

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Need for more grounded co-appointment Need to co-ordinate factual exercises between controllers, Internet Service Providers, telephone organizations, services, and national measurements workplaces Need to incorporate ICT information accumulation in existing overviews UNESCO\'s assistance to nations in this real assignment UIS analysts for all time positioned in Africa, Asia and Latin America

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Performance markers on ICT use in training UNESCO Asia-Pacific ICT in Education Program

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UNESCO perceives the capability of ICT to accomplish EFA objectives, specifically its capacity to: Enable the consideration of gatherings with no entrance to instruction Improve the nature of showing & learning Increase the productivity & viability in arranging & organization

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Our point is to engage Learners, Teachers, instructors Principals, directors Leaders

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Scope of the UNESCO Program 6. Scrutinize & Knowledge Sharing 1. Training Policy 5. Checking & Measuring Change 2. Preparing of Teachers www.unescobkk.org/training/ict 3. Showing & Learning 4. Non-Formal Education

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Monitoring and Measuring Change Performance markers are required to: Monitor the utilization and survey the effect of advances in training. Show responsibility

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Indicators Project Developing, pilot testing and advancing the organization of pointers for ICT use in training frameworks. Surveying the effect of ICT use on the instructing learning process. Pilot testing in India, Philippines and Thailand

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Output Objectives The principle goal of the manual is: to give reasonable rules on the most proficient method to embrace/adjust the ICT markers in measuring thus the utilization and effect of ICTs in the instructive framework and in educating and learning.

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Contents Definition, reasonable structure , purposes and criteria for approving ICT for instruction execution markers Validated grid of pointers determining the motivations behind every pointer, wellspring of information, how to gather, and the relating review instruments for gathering information Synthesis of three nations\' encounters and study reports in pilot testing the execution pointers Lessons learned in pilot testing the execution pointers

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Contents, proceeded with… Steps in utilizing the approved arrangement of pointers to gauge effect of ICT in training which cover study plan, information accumulation and preparing Ways in utilizing the markers to dissect the utilization of ICT in instruction Ways of applying and mainstreaming markers into the ICT for instruction program and in the instructive administration data framework. Support for the joining of execution pointers into the instruction framework.

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Proposed Performance Indicators Approximately 50 pointers, characterized in 5 classes: ICT-Based Policy and Strategy ICT Infrastructure and Access Curriculum/course books Teaching Professionals Use and Teaching Student Use and Learning

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Thai pilot study ~ understudies Percentage of understudies with wireless 20.1% with PC at home 40.1% with email 5.9% Percentage of understudies who can use a PC 22.7% utilize computerized camera 7.8 % compose a website page 0.16% Percentage of understudy utilizing internet for education 9.9% web at school 9.0% web each week 3.2%

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Thailand pilot overview ~ Teachers ICT prepared educators 338,726 or 42.48% Teachers for every 1 PC in Primary schools 20:1 in Secondary schools 2:1 Amongst instructors utilizing ICT 85% utilized for guideline 15% utilized for organization Percentage of educator with mobile phone 79% Percentage of instructor with email 13.7%

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Other global information sources Program for International Student Assessment (PISA): Important wellspring of data on ICT for training at the essential and optional levels 2000 cycle: 28 OECD and 4 non-OECD nations partook 2002 cycle: extra 11 nations took an interest The PISA 2000 Technical Report: the first to give a decent picture of get to, use and effect of ICT in schools

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UIS ICT and Education Paper and the Core Indicators Was displayed at WSIS Tunis To set up a center arrangement of markers for ICTs in Education Focussed on limit of creating nations Minimize weight of information accumulation and reaction Use existing markers to augment existing information on study outline examining and so on. Utilize school overview based information which can to a great extent be gathered through authoritative frameworks and connected straightforwardly to instructive procedures

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Suggested Basic Core of Indicators for ICT in Education Basic Core: 1.% of schools with power (by ISCED level 1-3) 2.% of schools with radio utilized for instructive purposes (by ISCED level 0-4) 3. % of schools with TVs utilized for instructive purposes (by ISCED level 0-4) 4. Understudy to PC proportion (by ISCED level 0-4) 5. % of schools with essential media transmission framework or phone access (by ISCED level 1-4) 6. % of understudies who utilize web at school (by ISCED level 1-4)

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Indicators-contd.. Augmented Core: (i) % of understudies selected by sexual orientation at the tertiary level in an ICT-related field (by ISCED level 5-6) (ii) % of ICT qualified educators in essential and optional schools (of the aggregate no. of educators) (Note: all pointers ought to be gathered by sex, review and age)

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Other territories of instruction work ICT aptitudes evaluation LAMP; Literacy Assessment and Monitoring Program. Incorporates addresses on utilize and access to ICTs PIAAC; Joint OECD/UIS grown-up aptitudes evaluation program. To start with stage for execution before 2009 incorporates addresses on ICT abilities

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Challenges: Language is the 1 st obstruction in utilizing the Internet UNESCO maintains privileges of speakers of minority and imperiled dialects in the public eye and in instruction Language presents numerous specialized hindrances eg. coding

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Languages ~ comes about so far No concession to check of site pages by dialect Potential for local observatories Press and communicate overviews will inspect the utilization of blended channels including Internet for dissemination Work in progress to survey the nature of existing information on dialects and how UNESCO can enhance it UIS proficiency evaluation and correspondences programs taking a gander at useful setting for dialects and learning

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For additional data, please visit: www.unescobkk.org/points www.unescobkk.org/ict or contact the AIMS unit: Assessment, Information Systems, Monitoring and Statistics Unit (AIMS) Office of the Regional Advisor for the UNESCO Institute for Statistics (UIS) UNESCO Bangkok Mom Luang Pin Malakul Centenary Building 920 Sukhumvit Road Bangkok 10110 Thailand tel: +66 2 391 0577 fax: +662 391 0866

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