EdTech Teacher Training Programme, Part I

2019-05-24T17:17:53+00:00 2019|All Articles of Education Technology, EdTech in UK, Teaching|

Following on from the previous article on whether EdTech can really reduce Teacher’s Workload, this article has a greater focus on EdTech Teacher Training and its implementation.  As suggested by Sarah Davies of JISC, most of the factors that determine [...]

Breaking Free to SCALE-UP the Digital Classroom

2019-01-03T18:04:16+00:00 2019|All Articles of Education Technology, EdTech in UK, Teaching|

Traditional teaching methods often involve direct instruction and learning through repetition and memorisation techniques. However, while this approach may lead to knowledge retention, it does little in the way of developing critical thinking and problem-solving skills, encouraging students to [...]

Five ways to manage Continuous Professional Development (CPD) in MATs

2018-12-19T17:17:06+00:00 2018|All Articles of Education Technology, EdTech in UK, Teaching|

When it comes to personal and professional development and climbing the career ladder, CPD is crucial. Regardless of the sector, it is a vital part of a successful organisation; the more engaged, challenged, and appreciated employees feel, the greater [...]

How to Improve Teacher Morale in an Increasingly Pressurised Environment

2018-11-05T12:05:26+00:00 2018|All Articles of Education Technology, EdTech in UK, Teaching|

Within the British educational system there is currently a top down expectation where processes are put in place based upon conceptually driven ideals. This approach can, on the one hand, be very positive as it pushes people to reach [...]

Financial Incentives for Underperforming Students

2018-07-04T15:02:08+00:00 2018|All Articles of Education Technology, EdTech in UK, Teaching|

By Leon Hady A study took place across a selection of schools in the UK that investigated the effects of providing financial incentives for positive performance by looking at improved school work, attendance and behaviour of underperforming students.   I [...]