5 Simple Steps For a Successful Edtech Strategy

23 Jan 2020
Schools Theatre
Empowering teaching and learning
A successful edtech strategy shouldn’t be a plan to buy more tech, it should change the way a school considers, chooses and uses the tools that help staff and students to teach and learn. The ‘business case’ for technology investment in schools isn’t just about saving time and money, it needs to show how learning is enabled and working practices simplified. And it can’t forget the importance of support and training required for staff (and students) - habits and attitudes have to change. In this presentation James will use real school examples to illustrate the 5 key steps in developing edtech strategy. If you want technology to work for you rather than making you work more, come to this session.
James Browning, Head of Digital Platforms - RM Education

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