Te comento algo parecido ocurría en mi país Ecuador, acá lo que se realizó como política de estado es generar proyectos de colaboración e integración profesional docente de esta manera se generó policitas de uso en cuando a dictar clase de informática actualmente ya no hay acá sino que se lo ve como un eje transversal a toda las disciplinas.
I have worked with my (tell me if this sounds familiar) science team to identify ways we might use technology differently. Students create electronic posters instead of making a poster on paper. We have combined forces to write grants so we obtained share devices in our classrooms. We schedule device usage on a Google Doc and move them between rooms as needed. We enjoyed hearing student comments throughout each week that they felt they were learning science better In my opinion, the bigger result was having only two students earn an "F" grade in all our classes at the end of second semester. (Both students were absent over 50% of the time.)
The positive responses from other teachers came as they asked me or my fellow science teachers what they might do to engage students with technology. My principal said he had several teachers ask if they could write grants to provide more devices in their departments. (I have my fingers crossed that change is on the horizon.)