- When a student makes a mistake using digital and/or social media, the school favours discipline over educational and/or restorative measures.
- Technology (ICT/Digital) is seen as a subject and not an essential student and life skill.
- Social media is not seen as a collaborative, modern learning tool and is probably banned for both teachers and students.
- BYOD is seen as being about devices rather than pedagogy and/or learning.
- Digital competency and citizenship is not part of the whole school curriculum and is not explicitly taught.
- The school's digital infrastructure is not reviewed annually, and where need be, future-proofed as much as possible.
- Literacy, Numeracy & Oral skills are now seen as superfluous requirements.
- School notices & correspondence are primarily printed and not available on-line, anywhere, anytime.
- Students' smart devices (especially smartphones) are seen as nuisances in the classroom or even at school and are banned.
- The school's strategic plan and professional learning does not prioritise modern learning & digital pedagogy for teachers.
Originally published 8/6/15, Updated 10/4/16