I like to get to the BETT Show in London every year if I can, and every time I go I try to imagine what it must be like for someone without great experience in education technology to get their heads around its breadth and complexity.
In response to this need, I have therefore created a course which is aimed, purely and simply, at providing the necessary understanding and confidence to school leaders in a way that is accessible to all through a combination of tips, insight into what other schools are doing and technical explanations.
Anybody completing this course should feel ready to take responsibility for managing ICT strategy in their own environment, and know the questions to ask to keep projects on track.
9. Internet Connection
10. Social Media
About the course leader David Horton:
With 20 years of experience in Education Technology as a teacher, network manager, consultant and trainer across all ages and types of of school, David has a wealth of experience and expertise from which to draw. He was the ICT Adviser to the Independent Association of Prep Schools for ten years alongside his primary roles and is still in the classroom, teaching almost every day. David is a popular speaker who is often called upon to address school senior management, thanks to his ability to explain the complex world of ICT in schools in terms everyone can understand. He currently works as the Head of Digital Strategy at Orwell Park School in Suffolk, alongside his consultancy and training work in other schools.
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