Effecting change across distributed organisations brings the challenge of balancing the need for consistent approaches against the needs of local contexts. This webinar will give you an insight into how these challenges are being addressed to ensure that the digital strategies being implemented meet the local and organisational needs.
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Three London EdTech Demonstrators will explain how they can help you, through the EdTech Demonstrator programme, develop your digital strategy and make the most effective use of the technology you have, including the devices issued to you by the DfE during 2020/21.
If implemented well, technology can support staff and students in reducing workload by making them more efficient. In this webinar EdTech Demonstrators will show how they are using various tools to improve feedback but at the same time reducing teacher workload.
Managing and minimising the risk from cyber security threats has never been more urgent for schools and colleges. The implication of data loss, data theft or fraud will have a significant impact on the running of a school or college and the learning outcomes of the young people in them. This webinar will highlight the risks, implications of a cyber security breach and what you can do to address this issue.
As part of a regular series of webinars, EdTech Demonstrators with expertise in accessibility and assistive tools will showcase some of the ways they are supporting children and young adults to better access the curriculum and how you can support young people in your context.
When developing your digital strategy, teaching and learning should be at the centre of your thinking. In this webinar Edtech Demonstrators will discuss the activities a senior leadership team can do to identify the teaching and learning foci for the implementation of technology.
Technology plays a key role in our leisure, work and education, whether we are adults or still in school or college. This webinar will showcase the work being done by some of the EdTech Demonstrators to support their communities - staff, students, pupils and parents - to develop strategies to improve their digital wellbeing
Making teaching as impactful as possible when using technology requires 3 key ingredients - appropriate classroom technology, pupil access beyond school, and very clever tools. The EdTech Demonstrators will discuss how they have brought these 3 elements together to gain the most benefit for their staff and pupils/students.
Five Edtech demonstrators will pitch their choice of the most effective KS2 learning applications to those on the webinar. The audience will then have an opportunity to vote, allowing the winner to further demonstrate how the tool supports effective teaching and learning in the classroom.
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