Digital Strategy

The importance of a Digital Audit to create a Digital Strategy.

Educational technology is a booming industry, one which teachers and students have jumped upon to teach, learn and communicate in ever more creative and effective ways.

This has created an almost impenetrable tangle of online resources, with varying different levels of compatibility in one school. If each of your 14 departments subscribe to applications independently, this jungle of digital resources threatens to quickly sap your school’s digital funding, stifle teacher creativity and lose your students attention during the lessons because they have forgotten their login details for “your” app.
Can this be done better in your school? Of course it can! Read on to find out how.

Digital Citizenship

It takes a village to raise a 21st Century child.

By the time secondary school students reach 15, 74% of them have an active social media account and 83% of them own a smartphone. By then, their social role models have shifted from their parents to their peers. They become the moderators of their own digital world. Learning how to communicate with each other in that digital world has now become an essential survival skill, one which they must harness before stepping onto the world stage by themselves.