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ICT in Education


1.  Average number of computer per educational institution

(a)   Number of computers in use in primary schools divided by the total number of primary schools.

(b)   Number of computers in use in secondary schools divided by the total number of secondary schools.

(c)   Number of computers in use in vocational institutions divided by the total number of vocational institutions.

 

2. Student to Computer ratio 

Total enrolment of students at
(a) Primary level divided by total No of PCs in the primary schools.
(b) Secondary level divided by total No of PCs in the secondary schools.
(c) Vocational level divided by total No of PCs in vocational schools
.

 

3. Percentage of Schools with a LAN

(a) No of Primary Schools with a LAN divide by total no. of Primary Schools.

(b) No of Secondary Schools with a LAN divide by Total no. of Secondary Schools.

(c) No of Vocational Institutions with a LAN divide by Total no. of vocational institutions.

  

 4. Percentage of schools having Internet access for students   

 

(a) No. of Primary schools providing Internet Access to their students divide by Total no. of primary schools.
(b) No. of Secondary schools providing Internet Access to their students divide by Total no. of secondary schools.
(c) No. of Vocational institutions providing Internet Access to their students divide by Total no. of Vocational institutions.

5. Proportion of schools with a website      


(a) Number of schools with a website expressed as a percentage of all schools for primary level.
(b)  Number of schools with a website expressed as a percentage of all schools for secondary level.
(c)  Number of schools with a website expressed as a percentage of all schools for vocational level.


6. Percentage of teachers with qualification in ICT


(a) No of teachers who have qualification in an ICT field at Primary level.
(b) No of teachers who have qualification in an ICT field at Secondary level.
(c) No of teachers who have qualification in an ICT field at Vocational level.

7. Percentage of  budget for purchase of ICT equipment


(a) Budgeted amount for purchase of ICT equipment at primary level divide by Total Budget
(b) Budgeted amount for purchase of ICT equipment at Secondary level divide by Total Budge
(c) Budgeted amount for purchase of ICT equipment at Vocational level divide by Total Budget.


8. Percentage of budget for expenditure on human resources for ICT


(a) Budgeted Amount for expenditure on human resources at primary level divide by Total Budget for primary education
(b) Budgeted Amount for expenditure on human resources at secondary level divide by Total Budget for secondary education
(c) Budgeted Amount for expenditure on human resources at secondary level divide by Total Budget for Vocational education

9. Percentage of schools offering ICT as a field of study in the curriculum at SC level


No of schools offering ICT as a field of study in the curriculum at SC level divide by the total number of schools offering SC

10. Percentage of schools offering ICT as a field of study in the curriculum at HSC level           


No of schools offering ICT as a field of study in the curriculum at HSC level divided by the total number of schools offering HSC

11. Percentage of schools using dial-up connection for Internet


(a) No of schools using dial-up connection for Internet at primary level divide by total number of school x 100
(b) No of schools using dial-up connection for Internet at Secondary level divide by total number of school x 100
(c) No of Vocational Institutions using dial-up connection for Internet at vocational level divide by total number of Institutions x 100.

12. Percentage of schools using ADSL/leased line connection for Internet


(a) No of schools using leased line or ADSL connection for Internet at primary level divide by total number of school x 100
(b) No of schools using leased line or ADSL connection for Internet at secondary level divide by total number of school x 100
(c) No of schools using leased line or ADSL connection for Internet at Vocational level divide by total number of vocational institutions x 100.


13. Proportion of schools with a radio used for educational purposes 

             
(a) Number of primary schools which offer radio-assisted instruction, expressed as a percentage of the total number of primary schools
(b) Number of secondary schools which offer radio-assisted instruction, expressed as a percentage of the total number of secondary schools
(c) Number of vocational institutions which offer radio-assisted instruction, expressed as a percentage of the total number of vocational institution
.

14. Proportion of schools with a television used for educational purposes


(a) Number of primary schools which offer television-assisted instruction, expressed as a percentage of the total number of primary schools.
(b) Number of secondary schools which offer television-assisted instruction, expressed as a percentage of the total number of secondary schools.
(c) Number of vocational institution which offer television-assisted instruction, expressed as a percentage of the total number of vocational institution.

15. Proportion of schools with a telephone communication facility


(a) Number of primary schools with a telephone communication facility expressed as percentage of the total number of primary schools.
(b) Number of secondary schools with a telephone communication facility expressed as percentage of the total number of secondary schools.
(c) Number of vocational institutions with a telephone communication facility expressed as percentage of the total number of vocational institutions.

16. Learners-to Computer ratio in schools with computer assisted instruction


(a) Average number of learners per computer available for pedagogical use in primary schools that offer computer-assisted instruction (CAI) for primary level.
(b) Average number of learners per computer available for pedagogical use in secondary schools that offer computer-assisted instruction (CAI) for secondary level.
(c) Average number of learners per computer available for pedagogical use in vocational institutions that offer computer-assisted instruction (CAI) for vocational level.

 

17. Learners-to computer ratio


(a) Average number of learners per computer enrolled in ALL primary schools for primary level.
(b) Average number of learners per computer enrolled in ALL secondary schools for secondary level.
(c) Average number of learners per computer enrolled in ALL vocational institutions for vocational level.


18. Proportion of schools with internet access, by type


           Any type of Internet access


Number of primary schools with access to the Internet expressed as percentage of the total number of primary schools by type of Internet access.

          Fixed narrowband internet access (Using Modem dial-up, ISDN)


Number of secondary schools with access to the Internet expressed as percentage of the total number of secondary schools by type of Internet access.


          Fixed Broadband Internet access (DSL, Cable, other fixed broadband)


Number of vocational institutions with access to the Internet expressed as percentage of the total number of vocational institutions by type of Internet access.


          Both fixed narrowband and broadband Internet access          

19. Proportion of Learners who have access to the Internet at a school


(a) Number of learners with access to the Internet in primary school expressed as a percentage of the total number of learners in primary schools.
(b) Number of learners with access to the Internet in secondary school expressed as a percentage of the total number of learners in secondary schools.
(c) Number of learners with access to the Internet in vocational institutions expressed as a percentage of the total number of learners in vocational institutions
.

20. Proportion of ICT-qualified teachers in schools


(a) Number of teachers trained to teach basic computer skills (or computing) in primary, expressed as a percentage of the total number of teachers at these levels of education.
(b) Number of teachers trained to teach basic computer skills (or computing) in secondary schools, expressed as a percentage of the total number of teachers at these levels of education.
(c) Number of teachers trained to teach basic computer skills in vocational institutions, expressed as a percentage of the total number of teachers.


21. Proportion of schools with electricity


(a) Number of primary schools with electricity expressed as percentage of the total number of primary schools.
(b) Number of secondary schools with electricity expressed as percentage of the total number of secondary schools.
(c) Number of vocational institutions with electricity expressed as a percentage of the total number of vocational institutions.


22. Proportion of schools with computer-assisted instruction


(a) Number of primary schools offering computer-assisted instruction expressed as a percentage of the total number of primary schools.
(b) Number of secondary schools offering computer-assisted instruction expressed as a percentage of the total number of secondary schools.
(c) Number of vocational schools offering computer-assisted instruction expressed as a percentage of the total number of vocational schools.

23. Proportion of schools with Internet-assisted instruction


(a) Number of primary schools offering Internet-assisted instruction expressed as a percentage of the total number of primary schools.
(b) Number of secondary schools offering Internet-assisted instruction expressed as a percentage of the total number of secondary schools.
(c) Number of vocational schools offering Internet-assisted instruction expressed as a percentage of the total number of vocational schools
.

 

24. Proportion of educational institutions owing licenses or subscribing to scientific digital libraries


(a) Number of primary schools owing licenses or subscribing to scientific digital libraries and virtual experiment laboratories, expressed as a percentage of the total number of primary schools.
(b) Number of secondary schools owing licenses or subscribing to scientific digital libraries and virtual experiment laboratories, expressed as a percentage of the total number of secondary schools.
(c) Number of vocational schools owing licenses or subscribing to scientific digital libraries and virtual experiment laboratories, expressed as a percentage of the total number of vocational schools.


25. Ratio of learners-to-Computer connected to Internet


(a) Average number of learners per computer connected to Internet in primary schools that offer Internet-assisted instruction.

(b) Average number of learners per computer connected to Internet in secondary schools that offer Internet-assisted instruction.

(c) Average number of learners per computer connected to Internet in vocational schools that offer Internet-assisted instruction.

 

26. Proportion of all computers available for pedagogical purposes


(a) Number of computers available for pedagogical purposes expressed as a percentage of the total number of computers for primary schools.

(b) Number of computers available for pedagogical purposes expressed as a percentage of the total number of computers for secondary schools.

(c) Number of computers available for pedagogical purposes expressed as a percentage of the total number of computers for vocational schools.

27. Proportion of all computers available for administrative purposes


(a) Number of computers available for administrative purposes expressed as a percentage of total number of computers for primary level

(b) Number of computers available for administrative purposes expressed as a percentage of total number of computers for secondary level
(c) Number of computers available for administrative purposes expressed as a percentage of total number of computers for vocational level

28. Proportion of schools with a website


Number of schools having an online website.

29. Proportion of schools with ICT support services


(a) Total number of primary schools having ICT support services expressed as a percentage of the total number of primary schools providing ICT-assisted instruction.

(b) Total number of secondary schools having ICT support services expressed as a percentage of the total number of secondary schools providing ICT-assisted instruction.

(c) Total number of vocational schools having ICT support services expressed as a percentage of the total number of vocational schools providing ICT-assisted instruction.

30. Proportion of primary, secondary and vocational school teachers who teach basic computer skills (or computing)


(a) Total number of primary teachers who teach basic computer skills (or computing) in primary schools expressed as a percentage of all primary teachers.

(b) Total number of secondary teachers who teach basic computer skills (or computing) in secondary schools expressed as a percentage of all secondary teachers.

(c) Total number of vocational teachers who teach basic computer skills (or computing) in vocational schools expressed as a percentage of all vocational teachers.

31. Proportion of primary, secondary and vocational school teachers who currently teach subject(s) using ICT facilities


(a) Number of primary teachers who currently teach subject(s) using ICT facilities in primary schools, expressed as a percentage of all teachers for primary level.

(b) Number of secondary teachers who currently teach subject(s) using ICT facilities in secondary schools, expressed as a percentage of all teachers for secondary level.

(c) Number of vocational teachers who currently teach subject(s) using ICT facilities in vocational schools, expressed as a percentage of all teachers for vocational level.

 

32. Ratio of learners-to-teachers of basic computer skills  (or computing)


(a) Number of learners enrolled in grades where basic computer skills (or computing) are currently taught divided by the number of teachers who teach basic computer skills (or computing) for primary level.
(b) Number of learners enrolled in grades where basic computer skills (or computing) are currently taught divided by the number of teachers who teach basic computer skills (or computing) for secondary level.
(c) Number of learners enrolled in grades where basic computer skills (or computing) are currently taught divided by the number of teachers who teach basic computer skills (or computing) for vocational level.

33. Proportion of learners entitled to use computer laboratories at school as a pedagogical aid (by gender, and by type of institution )


(a) Number of learners with access to computer laboratories in schools expressed as a percentage of the total number of learners in schools for primary level.

(b) Number of learners with access to computer laboratories in schools expressed as a percentage of the total number of learners in schools for secondary level.

(c) Number of learners with access to computer laboratories in schools expressed as a percentage of the total number of learners in schools for vocational level.

34. Proportion of learners enrolled in grades with ICT-assisted instruction


(a) Number of learners enrolled in grades where ICT are used for teaching and learning, expressed as a percentage of the total number of Learners for primary level.

(b) Number of learners enrolled in grades where ICT are used for teaching and learning, expressed as a percentage of the total number of Learners for secondary level.

(c) Number of learners enrolled in grades where ICT are used for teaching and learning, expressed as a percentage of the total number of Learners for vocational level.

35. Proportion of learners enrolled in grades where basic computer skills (or computing) are currently taught


(a) Number of learners enrolled in grades where basic computer skills (or computing) are taught during the current academic year, expressed as a percentage of the total number of learners for primary level.

(b) Number of learners enrolled in grades where basic computer skills (or computing) are taught during the current academic year, expressed as a percentage of the total number of learners for secondary level.

(c) Number of learners enrolled in grades where basic computer skills (or computing) are taught during the current academic year, expressed as a percentage of the total number of learners for vocational level.