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Inspection Peer Learning
The Dutch inspectorate has been the driving force of the inspection strand in both P2P and P2V as well as the coordinator of the series of school portraits in the ERNIST project. Building on this experience (a template for school description and how ICT is used in 20 European schools), partners in the inspection strand built a comprehensive transnational framework for the evaluation of ICT in education.
In P2V, this framework was further developed and could be used in the school strand for school self and peer reviews (schools could also use the Becta framework). The aim of the framework is to serve as an audit tool for self-evaluation and as a roadmap for institutional change towards the e-confident school. It also forms the backbone of the online tool ‘TIES’ the Toolkit for Investigating eMaturity in Schools.
The framework was extended by providing inspectors with the necessary tools: observation forms, interview schedules and other templates provided in this section. Inspectorates from France, Catalonia, Scotland, Sweden and Lithuania (P2V) and England, Scotland, Ireland (P2P) participated in this effort.
In P2V, SICI, the Standing International Conference of Inspectorate, was also part of this work package to valorises the ICT assessment framework, testing and using it in different countries.