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These pages contain policies, agenda and issues related to the strategic planning and implementation of Technology Enhanced Learning in the Tasmanian education and training context.


The views expressed within do not necessarily reflect those of the Tasmanian Department of Education.

Author: Roger Stack


The Perspectives Model

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The perspectives model makes visible seven perspectives that are important in informing decision-making in using ICTs to enhance learning.

Educational Vision – The underpinning philosophies of education (such as one-child-at-a-time policy). Is there alignment between vision and provision?

Inclusion – How do we ensure fair use of ICTs for learning for all, particularly in regional areas?

Supporting Technology – Considering the provision of or access to networking, bandwidth, learning platforms and applications. How can we provide end-to-end performance?

Pedagogy – What are the affordances of new learning technologies? How do technologies provide the functionality to enable desired learning, teaching and assessment approaches?

Professional Learning – How do we bring about cultural change?

Student Pathways – How might technology support or hinder movement between institutions? What is the portability of student work?

Policy – Who are making ICT and learning decisions and what is informing the decision-making?

Holistic Perspective – An intergated view of the whole with tensions and emergent possibilities.

Author: Dr Sue Stack

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Learning & ICT - Related Policies and Agenda

Learning & ICT - Issues


Engaging Digital Natives

Participative (Social) Media

eLearning & Blended Learning

Digital Literacy, ICT Skills & Training Packages

Government 2.0 Strategy

Internet access, Broadband and NBN

LMS/VLE (eg WebCT, Moodle)

Open Education & Creative Commons

ePortfolios & Reflective Practice

Communication & Collaboration

Virtual Campus

4th Bottom Line

Online Library Services

Games for Learning & Gamification

ICT Service Provision & Hosting

FACS and Problem-Based Learning

Authentication – OpenID

Informal and Lifelong Learning

Agile Development and Perpetual Beta

Professional Learning

Mobile Internet and mobile learning

Commercialisation & financial sustainability

Interoperability, standards, connectivity

Support (Teacher & student)

Privacy, reliability, security

SARIS/QLS/EduPoint integration


Vocational Education & Skills shortages

QA requirements

Learning, teaching & assessment

Personalised & holistic learning

Innovation and Sandpits

Regional and remote engagement

Recognition - RPL












Some thoughts about the way we focus on issues


Appreciative Inquiry by Nick and Appreciative Inquiry by Konrad - A focus on what works well rather than (or in addition to) what doesn't work.