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ICT Levels

Discussion in 'Computing and ICT' started by amy131, May 24, 2011.

  1. I am ICT Co-ordinator in a primary school. We would like to begin reporting levels for ICT, next academic year.
    Does anybody have any starting points, resources or experience that they could share?

    Thank you

     
  2. I am ICT Co-ordinator in a primary school. We would like to begin reporting levels for ICT, next academic year.
    Does anybody have any starting points, resources or experience that they could share?

    Thank you

     
  3. becktonboy

    becktonboy New commenter

    apart from questioning the value/point of creating 'levels' and reporting them, I do have some Spreadsheets which can be adapted and will spit out a (very arbitrary) level for you. They are included as part of the toolkit I send out to new primary ICT Coordinators who request it.
     
  4. Could I have a copy of these please?
     

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