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It’s with a tremendous honour that we bring you the Innovate My School Guide 2015/16. Bringing together 21 none-more-enthusiastic teachers, this publication examines 10 key areas of education to inform the year ahead. It discusses the benefits, pitfalls, learning outcomes and future trends of various pedagogic areas, allowing our experienced contributors to share methods and resource beneficial to schools worldwide.
The new academic year has brought with it new school website regulations from Ofsted. Here, Ian Richardson shares advice on how schools can ensure that standards are met, making the most of their online presence in the process.
Exams are tough enough as it is, but those with learning difficulties have even more hurdles to overcome. A tremendous edtech device has been approved by the JCQ to assist pupils during these stressful periods.
App-creation is going to be a handy skill for modern pupils to develop, but how can schools best go about facilitating this? Taking into account teachers’ busy schedules, Apps for Good have developed a flexible, new mini-course that’s available free-of-charge.
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