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The 3 critical principles for school technology

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£1 billion has been spent on education technology by UK schools, yet it has had no measurable impact on student progress. It's time to rethink how we use technology in education if we are to truly transform our schools. In this presentation you will learn the 3 critical principles to follow if you want to transform how effective your teachers are, how your school operates and ultimately how your students learn

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The 3 critical principles for school technology

  1. 1. The 3 Critical Principles for School Technology
  2. 2. “Accelerate school improvement through simple and effective technology
  3. 3. WHAT WE DO School Training Development Programmes Online Learning
  4. 4. WHAT WE’RE KNOW FOR Transforming Schools Published Content Vision for the Future
  5. 5. 200+ schools
  6. 6. • Saved £30,000+ in first 12 months • Staff saved 4 hours per week • 100% positive feedback technology has improved their school performance INVICTA PRIMARY
  7. 7. • 25% increase in GCSE maths performance • Marking cycle reduced from 2 weeks to 2 days • 300% increase in student-to-teacher interactions BROADGREEN SCHOOL
  8. 8. • Saved £20,000+ in first 12 months • Staff saving 3 hours per week • Number of after school meetings vastly reduced PARKROYAL SCHOOL
  9. 9. SCHOOL PROBLEMS Lack of time Lack of money Ineffective tech
  10. 10. DEVICE PLATFORM SYSTEM ENVIRONMENT ENVIRONMENT DICTATES PERFORMANCE
  11. 11. MONEY AND TIME DRIVE PERFORMANCE DEVICE ENVIRONMENT THE ‘INSIDE-OUT’ APPROACH
  12. 12. INNOVATION DRIVES PERFORMANCE DEVICE ENVIRONMENT THE ‘OUTSIDE-IN’ APPROACH
  13. 13. IT’S ALL ABOUT YOUR WORKING ENVIRONMENT RETHINKING TECHNOLOGY?
  14. 14. 1 CAPABILITY 2 PRODUCTIVITY 3 CONSISTENCY 3 PRINCIPLES OF TECH TRANSFORMATION
  15. 15. Principle 1: Improving the Capability of Staff
  16. 16. “Give staff new ways in which to work, and you are able to improve how effective they are in their roles.
  17. 17. RIGID FLEXIBLE BETTER ORGANISATION
  18. 18. “Our lessons are completely different. We’re able to personalise learning to a far greater degree Gary Beguesh - Assistant Head
  19. 19. • Real time collaboration • Full revision history • Easy to share information TOOL TO INVESTIGATE GOOGLE DOCS
  20. 20. Principle 2: Improving the Productivity of the School
  21. 21. “Reduce the burden of paperwork and admin, and you enable staff to focus on what’s most important.
  22. 22. PAPER BASED ENVIRONMENT Create Collect Curate THE FLOW OF INFORMATION 1 2 3 Time & Energy Time & Energy
  23. 23. THE FLOW OF INFORMATION Create Collect Curate DIGITAL BASED ENVIRONMENT 1 More Time & Energy
  24. 24. • Digital capture • Auto-marking functions • Information stored and analysed TOOL TO INVESTIGATE GOOGLE FORMS
  25. 25. “It’s saving around 4 hours per week while giving the leadership team access to more information Marie Corbett - Executive Headteacher
  26. 26. Principle 3: Improving the Consistency of Lessons
  27. 27. “Improve consistency across lessons and you can control quality. Once you control quality you can drive improvements.
  28. 28. LEADERSHIP TEACHERS ADMIN WHAT IS TRANSPARENCY?
  29. 29. “How does a school achieve its vision, if it doesn’t share the steps for the journey ahead?
  30. 30. 0 7500 15000 22500 30000 April May June July SHARED RESOURCES AT PARKROYAL
  31. 31. “We’ve been able to implement strategies far quicker into our school and impact learning Caroline Beaumont - Headteacher
  32. 32. • Works on any device • 24/7 availability • Easily shared TOOL TO INVESTIGATE GOOGLE DRIVE
  33. 33. THE COMING EARTHQUAKE Teacher Shortage Funding Cuts Population Boom
  34. 34. DEVICE DEVICES PLATFORMS STOP FOCUSING ON TECHNOLOGY
  35. 35. SYSTEMS ENVIRONMENT FOCUS ON YOUR ENVIRONMENT
  36. 36. THERE’S NEVER BEEN A BETTER TIME TO BE IN EDUCATION Portable, low cost devices Creation of bespoke learning content Insanely power, cloud based, free technology
  37. 37. • 30 yes / no questions • 14 page customised report • Free NEXT STEP: GAIN PERSPECTIVE SCORECARD
  38. 38. www.learnmaker.co.uk/ scorecard
  39. 39. “We must take change by the hand, or rest assuredly, change will take us by the throat Winston Churchill
  40. 40. IT’S TIME TO ACCELERATE YOUR OWN SCHOOL’S IMPROVEMENT

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