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Case study 2 – Building a strategy that starts with pedagogy

In this video, hear from a range of leaders and teachers about their use of education technologies across an all-through provision.

In this video, we hear from Neelam Parmar and colleagues and Ashford and Ashford Preparatory Schools about their journey with education technologies and the benefits their schools have experienced.

Key learning points from this case study

  • They began with understanding the nature of the pedagogy in the classroom and the core areas of focus before considering the place of education technologies
  • Infrastructure and a core set of tools that can be added to over time were selected to suit the priorities
  • Feedback and marking was one of their core areas, which has seen teachers adapt more efficient and effective processes. Independent learning and exam revision for pupil attainment was another key area of focus
  • Informal workshops supported staff confidence with new technologies through a digital steering committee

Parents have been central to Ashford’s successful strategy implementation. In the links below, you can read more about their strategy and how they’re working with parents.

Once you’ve reflected on the points raised, click the ‘Mark as complete’ button below and then select ‘Case study 3’ to explore the final case study for this week.
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