Schools have always been hugely impacted by advances in technology – but in recent years, it’s felt as though the pace and intensity of tech-driven change has reached a new pitch.
From the post-COVID facilitation of widespread remote teaching, to the advent of large-scale artificial intelligence, school staff are increasingly required to carefully consider and manage the uses of new technologies within their setting – but they don’t have to do it alone.
In this issue
In the latest issue of our specialist title Technology & Innovation, practising educators and industry experts weigh in on:
- Whether governments have a role to play in banning smartphones from classrooms
- How remote technologies are ushering in new possibilities (and concerns) for teacher CPD
- What teachers can gain from delivering media-rich language lessons
- The tell-tale signs that suggest AI may have had a hand in students’ homework