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Bring your own device – is it viable for schools?
Bring your own device or BYOD is coming to the fore in education as more and more students bring their own devices, including Smartphones and Tablets, into the classroom. For many school leadership teams, this is seen as a potential cost saving with the investment in expensive end-user devices covered by pupils when they bring their own device to school. On the opposite end of the scale, network managers are understandably concerned over security and service. So is there a place for bring your own device in education?
3 x 4 tips for better teaching & behaviour management strategies
Technology is all well and good – but it has to be successful in the classroom. In this article from ‘In Learning’ Magazine from its Learning we look at 12 ways you can use technology to motivate students and improve results.
|Taken from the DfE Governor Support and Resources Website:
There are a range of resources and support networks that exist to help individual governors and the governing body to fulfill their responsibilities. In general terms this support can be divided into two categories.....