ICT Enabled School of the Year

  • The ICT Enabled School Award recognises innovative learning and teaching practice in schools. In establishing this Award Digital Learning is proud to acknowledge and support excellence in technology enabled learning and teaching.

    Digital Learning recognises that carrying out a teaching innovation with the help of technology places exceptional demands on the school. When implementing new approaches, schools take risks in terms of potentially debatable evaluations/outcomes from their students and peers. To recognise and reward dedicated and progressive schools, Digital Learning offers the technology innovation award for the concerted effort schools make in improving the quality of teaching and students’ learning experience by introducing innovative practices through use of technologies.

    The ICT enabled School Award provides a means for sharing innovative classroom strategies and schools’ contributions across the wider education community.

    Selection Criteria:

    • An innovative ICT-enabled learning programme/innovation must be fully operational in the school at the time of application submission.
    • The extent to which the use of ICT/innovation has resulted in practical outcomes that have improved teaching, learning, curriculum design, and/or assessment in schools.
    • Evidence that the ICT-enabled learning/teaching process could be successfully integrated into the total learning process for the relevant course of study.
    • The extent to which the exercise/practice has led to the improved motivation and performance of the teachers, students, as well as the administrators.

    ***Please note, these guidelines are not guarantee that a given school will win nor are they intended to be a complete list of criteria defining an “excellent” school. These “baseline” standards are meant only to provide you with an idea of the minimum criteria. Some more sub-criteria may also be applied during the selection process***

    Applicant Schools must provide:

    • A completed nomination Form.
    • A brief context statement about the programme and the schools.
    • Supporting documentation addressing the selection criteria (listed above).
    • Additional hard-copy material, such as photographs and pamphlets, may be included; CDs or DVDs containing the application narrative are also acceptable.They may be sent at eINDIA 2009 Secretariat at: G-4, Sector 39, Noida, UP, India.

    Important Information:

    • All nominations must be submitted by 15th July 2009 to be considered for the Award.
    • The Finalist will be announced and felicitated at the eINDIA2009 Conference venue at Hyderabad International Convention Centre on 25-27 August 2009.
    • All finalists will be notified directly.
    • It is expected that some of the innovative practices/nominations will be documented and placed in the monthly print magazines: egov, Digital Learning, Telecentre, eHealth.
    • eINDIA 2009 organisers reserves the right to use all or part of any material projects/programmes, photographs, submissions or any details) generated for the purpose of this Award for any publicity campaign related to education technology.
    • eINDIA 2009 organisers reserves the right not to make an award in case the nominations received are not found fit enough in terms of quality and quantity.

    Important Notice:

    • In case of a tie, the organisers reserve the right to decide the winner.
    • Any dispute will be settled under the jurisdiction of National Capital Territory of Delhi.


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