Regent International School, our first international founder school, continues to win awards. http://www.motherbabychild.com/2019/education/regents-international-school-success/
In our earlier news item, we noted that Damian Hinds, education minister, has identified five key themes for the role of Ed Tech in education, the first of which is using Ed Tech to reduce teacher workload. In his speech at the BETT Show (23 January 2019) he expands on this, and describes a forthcoming project to find out what works for schools.
The UK Government has announced that online safety lessons will be produced in support of Government plans to make relationships, sex and health education classes compulsory at all schools from September 2020. What do you think about this?
TheETA has begun a partnership with the Curriculum Innovation Centre, Bradford.
The recent achievement of the TheETA Schools Award by Regent International School brings the total number of founder schools to five. What patterns are emerging from their returns? What lessons can all schools learn?
In an article in the Daily Telegraph of 7 August 2018, the Education Minister outlines his vision for the role of Ed Tech in schools. We greatly welcome and support his vision. We encourage everyone to engage in his vision and determine how they might get involved.
The government continues to let down a generation of students, through policies which give no value to the digital skills they will all need throughout life. Read More
While there are events big and small, everywhere, which may be of help to keep up to date and learn from others, they are growing fewer in number. Read More
Welcome to The Education Technology Association Website! Here you will find all that you need to help you take advantage of Ed Tech in your teaching and learning. Read More
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