PDST-TiE have developed a Digital Technology Infrastructure (DTI) Guide for schools which is written specifically for school leadership, including principals, deputy principals, the digital learning team and the DTI coordinating teacher. The purpose of guide is to present Digital Technology Infrastructure in a non-technical manner and to show how it can support schools in achieving their teaching and learning objectives.
Given the increasing complexity of Digital Technology Infrastructure (DTI) in schools, it is critical that a well thought out, planned approach is in place. Schools which have high quality external IT providers in place benefit greatly from this model, as IT providers can focus their technical expertise on technical areas, such as having a high quality, robust and reliable DTI in place. This enables schools to focus their time and pedagogical expertise on teaching, learning and assessment.
The guide is available from here: