UK teachers want more computers in schools

As well as equipment, a priority is to increase the provision of training for teachers in the use of technology, according to a new study.

A top priority for UK teachers is to increase the number of computers available to students, as well as provision of their own training on the use of technology, according to a new study.

The research, conducted by the Centre for Economics and Business Research (CEBR) involved 2,000 teachers in a range of school types nationwide.  It found that, despite the intensive use of computers by children to study, provision of equipment at schools is not ideal.  Based on the results, the CEBR report recommended that provision of training for teachers should be expanded to maximise the effectiveness of new technologies.

Our professional development services are delivered as practical, hands-on group training sessions, or one-to-one support (including co-teaching) which focus on the appropriate use of technology in the classroom.  Delivered by experienced educators, a training programme is created in consultation with your organisation to ensure relevant outcomes are achieved.

Our services include:

  • Office 365 (Teams, One Drive, Skype for Business, SWAY etc.)
  • G Suite for Education (Classroom, Drive, Docs etc.)
  • iPads in the Classroom
  • OneNote in the Classroom
  • Minecraft in Education
  • Computing Curriculum
  • Robotics and Programming
  • Using Technology to Support SEN Students
  • Plus much, much more…

If you’d like to know more about how training can benefit your school, please give our friendly team a call and we’d love to help.

In the meantime, please click on the link below to find out more about the training we offer.

https://www.fluenteducation.co.uk/training-and-development/

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