As well as displaying a learning intention slide on the IWB during ICT lessons, I also like to give older children an accompanying skills checklist too in some lessons when they are doing longer projects spanning a few sessions. These contain a matching set of success criteria as displayed on the board (with a few extras) but with space for children to 'tick-off' where they're currently at in their work. When they're using software with lots of tools available, this can be extrememly useful in helping children track their progress and see what tools they've still got to try out using. These are broken down into the: 'good', 'great' and 'super' sections to make it clear how relatively challenging each skill is and thus how the task can being differentiated to meet each child's current ability. I also like to include space at the bottom of some of them for a small peer-assessment box into which another child can give them some feedback part-way through a project which they can then respond to.
Please let me know if you find these checklists useful in your classroom!