EDTECH Demonstrator Programme

Welcome to the EdTech Demonstrator Programme

The EdTech Demonstrator Programme provides edtech support and expertise to schools and colleges for both in-person and remote education to help meet government expectations where pupil attendance is affected by Covid-19. The EdTech Demonstrators can offer short term support for those requiring more rapid assistance, through to longer term support on embedding technology and developing a digital strategy. Register here.

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Click on the video above to hear from EdTech Demonstrator Schools about the benefits of joining the EdTech Demonstrator Programme

About the Programme

The EdTech Demonstrator Programme was developed by the Department for Education to ensure schools and colleges across England could access free, expert advice on educational technology. The programme launched shortly before the Covid19 pandemic enforced an extended period of remote teaching and learning in the Spring of 2020 and is continuing through to the end of the summer term 2022.

The programme offers support to schools and colleges in developing digital strategies which make effective use of technology to enhance teaching and learning. 

Click here to view the launch event video which provides further information on the importance of digital strategy in addressing the educational challenges of the next few years.

The EdTech Demonstrator Programme provides peer-led support delivered by experts who are teaching and leading in recognisable contexts. In 2021-22, 2,000 schools and colleges across England have benefitted from support, with over 100,000 classroom staff and 1 million learners having been helped to implement and access remote learning.

The network of demonstrators is spread across England and schools and colleges will work with a demonstrator, based on the specialist nature of the support required.

To find tailored support relevant to your needs, please register your interest by clicking on the button below.

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