The 3 Types of People for Your Strategic iPad Project Team

The 3 Types of People for Your Strategic iPad Project Team

There are three types of teacher in schools when it comes to technology use, and understanding the pros and cons of each will allow you to pick your strongest strategic team.

Abdul Chohan, project leader at the famous ESSA Academy, one of the most successful iPad schools in the world, uses the following analogy...

 

The SMART goal guide to planning your school’s iPad project

The SMART goal guide to planning your school’s iPad project

When the iPad was launched in 2008, it was touted as education’s long awaited digital revolutionary. 70% of UK schools have implemented the use of tablets in the years since, an adoption rate unmatched by any previous learning technology. Yet for all the hype, there is very little real impact to show for it. It is not because the iPad is incapable of transforming schools. It certainly is. The issue lies in a school’s ability to unlock that potential, and the unfortunate reality is that very few have succeeded. I believe the lack of a clear vision from the outset is the biggest reason...

 

PROJECT CHECKLIST - 17 Best Practices for iPad Project Success

PROJECT CHECKLIST - 17 Best Practices for iPad Project Success

If you are reading this blog post, your school is probably thinking about launching, or has already launched its own iPad project. If one of the thoughts running through your mind presently is ‘How on earth do I get started?’ then, fear not! Tablet projects don’t have to be daunting...

How to systematically improve a school

How to systematically improve a school

Support staff, new initiatives, exciting technology and catch up sessions. All typical ways that schools leaders look to drive up improvements. However, all require an investment. Either the school has to pay more money or teachers must work longer hours. Neither is ideal in the current education climate. So let’s look at a more sustainable approach