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A technology program audit for international schools encompasses various aspects to ensure that the school's technological infrastructure, policies, and practices are aligned with its educational goals and standards. Here are some key features of such an audit:

  • Infrastructure Assessment: Evaluate the school's technological infrastructure, including network capabilities, hardware resources (such as computers, tablets, interactive whiteboards), software systems, internet connectivity, and cybersecurity measures, align with the school’s goals
  • Policy Review: Review the school's technology-related policies and procedures, including acceptable use policies for students and staff, data privacy and security policies, technology procurement policies, and policies regarding the integration of technology into the curriculum, meet the governance and compliance needs
  • Curriculum Integration: Assess how effectively technology is integrated into the curriculum to support teaching and learning. This includes evaluating the availability of digital resources, the use of educational software and applications, and the extent to which technology is used to enhance instruction and student engagement.
  • Professional Development: Evaluate the school's professional development programs for teachers related to technology integration. This includes assessing the availability of training opportunities, the relevance of the training to teachers' needs, and the effectiveness of the training in helping teachers integrate technology into their teaching practice.
  • Digital Citizenship and Safety: Assess the school's efforts to promote digital citizenship and online safety among students, teachers, and parents. This includes reviewing educational programs and initiatives aimed at teaching students how to use technology responsibly, as well as measures in place to protect students from online risks such as cyberbullying and inappropriate content.
  • Budget and Resource Allocation: Review the school's budget and resource allocation for technology initiatives, including spending on hardware, software, professional development, technical support, and infrastructure maintenance. Evaluate whether resources are allocated effectively to support the school's technology goals.
  • Stakeholder Engagement: Gather feedback from key stakeholders, including students, teachers, parents, and administrators, regarding their perceptions of the school's technology program. This can help identify strengths and areas for improvement from multiple perspectives.
  • Benchmarking and Best Practices: Compare the school's technology program against industry benchmarks and best practices in educational technology. This can help identify areas where the school is excelling and areas where there is room for improvement.

Overall, this comprehensive technology program audit for international schools provides a holistic assessment of the school's technological infrastructure, policies, practices, and their alignment with educational goals and standards.

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