December 19, 2005

East Lothian ICT Skunkworks

Don Ledingham, the Education Director in East Lothian, has invited me to take part in tomorrow's ICT Skunkworks. Now, I had to look up skunkworks but am looking forward to helping set out a three year strategy for ICT for the authority.

The best thing is the mix of students, teachers, managers and national coordinators, who will be able to say what they think and where they believe we should go.

Any ideas from the worldwide edublogosphere on what we could do? What mistakes have been made in your area that you would ward us off? What should be trying to introduce/scrap? Take a look at the day's plan to get a flavour for the free-thinking we are hoping for.

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