00:30 - Independent Learning: Learning tools are ideal for student centred learning, enabling them to self- direct their own work within clear guidelines.
01:33 - Flip the classroom: Different students learn differently and being able to easily access and use a wide range of resources can greatly improve how you they are taught.
02:31 - Talk to the parents and get them off Facebook: Parental engagement is boosted by easy and creative communication between parents and the school, for more on this topic stay tuned for our next webinar.
04:06 - Blending tech into the classroom: A blended approach offers more opportunities to get quick feedback or to test student comprehension.
05.13 - Give power to students: Tudor Hall in Banbury empowered their students through their school wide two day student led project.
05.57 - Exhibiting work: The ability to share content with a wider audience through blogs and e-portfolios is a great way for students to reflect on their learning and teachers to assess understanding.
06:52 - Data: Learning tools allow for bulk data to be analysed and made sense of, showing how a school wide policy might impact on performance. Learn more about getting the most out of your data in Miles Berry’s talk