A series of webinars curated by the Delivery Partner and supported by multiple EdTech Demonstrators
For many, 1:1 device schemes seem to be the preserve of independent schools and appear unaffordable in the maintained sector. Hear from schools and colleges who have embraced 1:1 programmes and the positive impact they have had on teaching and learning. Discover how you can implement a similar programme in your school/college and become 'digitally mature'.
Speaking on this webinar are Graham Macaulay from Cheam Common Junior Academy and James Hoyle from Skipton Girls’ High School.
E-safety continues to evolve as the tools and technologies used by both young people and those who target them change, often leaving those teaching them behind. This webinar will attempt to address some of these challenges and how we can create a generation of informed users.
Speaking on this webinar are Fatima Maniar from Denbigh High School with Challney High School for Girls (Chiltern Learning Trust), John Watson from Wildern Trust and Pete Godwin from Pheasey Park Farm Primary Schools and Early Years Centre. The EdTech Demonstrators will be joined by guest speakers, Michelle Shotton and Mark Houston from Department for Education.
Hear Daisy Christodoulou, author of “Teachers vs Tech?” , Al Kingsley, author of “My Secret #EdTech Diary”, and Dominic Norrish, co-author of “Educate 1-to-1” , in conversation with James Garnett, Programme lead for the EdTech Demonstrator programme. They will unpick the challenges and opportunities posed by the recent school closures in the adoption of technology in education and what school and college leaders can do to maximise the benefits technology can bring, what pitfalls to avoid and how to limit any digital divide.
EdTech Experts' Choice: decide which are the most impactful hardware for teaching and learning at Secondary/ College
Speaking on this webinar are Luke Ravenscroft from St Alban's Catholic Primary School with Bishop Challoner Catholic College, James Hoyle from Skipton Girls’ High School, Bruce Wilson from United Learning, Anthony Martin from Exeter College and Scott Hayden from Basingstoke College of Technology.
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