Aberdeen City Council have incorporated a selection of statements derived from the MIICE toolboxes into their 'MOT' annual snapshot tool on a school's ICT progress
Impact of ICT in Aberdeenshire schools
MIICE was used as an important part of an investigation into the impact of ICT in schools in Aberdeenshire in the spring of 2008
Using MIICE for ICT reviews in Dundee
The ICT team in Dundee have made various uses of MIICE to help with reviewing the success of using ICT to enhance learning and teaching in Dundee schools. Rosetta McLeod reports
Using MIICE for management information systems 'MOT'
Fiona McCarthy reports on how the adaptation of MIICE for school reviews was extended to providing a tool to assess use of SEEMIS and other MIS in Dundee schools
A framework for judging the impact of ICT projects in East Lothian schools
In the Spring of 2008 MIICE was used to help East Lothian authority officers and school managers to develop a framework which would help them to judge progress with learning using ICT
Management of ICT
Fife Council has used MIICE for a range of surveys, online and on paper, about aspects of ICT management and use
They have also explored a variety of scales for use in interviews and surveys of children and young people
Sharon Logie of McLean Primary School in Dunfermline has made a selection and adaptation of part of the MIICE toolbox which will help to focus on aspects of teaching primary science; she has linked it to appropriate ambitions within Curriculum for Excellence
Can MIICE help to articulate and focus the benefits which can be derived from using games in an appropriate context in the classroom?