Tag Archives: 1-to-1

ClickView – a classroom technology come of age?

  I’ll begin by declaring an interest – I’ve been using ClickView enthusiastically in its various guises across several schools since 2007. I’m a fan of its premise, which is to allow teachers to have instant access to video to support their lessons, without the barriers presented by VHS/ DVD players and TVs or the… Read More »

Considering the best way forward for 1-to-1 projects in 2014 – Part 2

In my first post in this series, I spent some time talking about the reasons why more and more schools are choosing tablets as the tool through which to achieve their vision of giving every student access to their own mobile computer. In summary, it’s because tablets are highly effective at enabling pupils to demonstrate… Read More »

What does iOS 7 mean for schools using iPads?

The latest release of Apple’s operating system for its tablet and phone devices is the first one I’ve noticed considerable mention being made of education-specific enhancements. The following list of school-centric features by no means cracks the many challenges surrounding the use of fully integrated technology in the classroom, but it goes a long way,… Read More »

The vital elements of BYOD… and how we’re almost there

Bring Your Own Device is an understandably attractive strategy for schools: It offers the potential to empower every student with the ability to use familiar technology wherever and whenever it’s helpful, a pretty huge benefit It links up students’ learning with their ‘real lives’ And could save schools hundreds of thousands in refresh costs as… Read More »