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Tips for incorporating tech in your classroom

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There’s a lot to be said for technology in the classroom and how it can help educators to tackle change. Lesson planning and delivery can be transformed with the right tools, so students will be engaged, inspired and equipped with the skills they need to be work ready.

But you need to feel confident using technology. And there needs to be a strategy behind your school changing teaching in line with a bigger focus on tech skills in the curriculum. Many tech brands working in the education space offer out-of-the-box solutions aimed specifically at teachers who want to incorporate technology into their lessons, without the need for IT support.

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How can technology empower educators?

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With the increasing demand for lessons that truly inspire and engage students, educators are under more pressure than ever before. It’s become paramount to explore new ways of delivering lesson content and prepare students for a future where technology skills won’t just be desired, they’ll be essential for career success.

Naturally, more educators are looking to incorporate technology in the classroom to ensure their students are work ready. But it’s important that educators themselves are comfortable with using technology and don’t need to rely too much on the IT department to get them up and running.

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App of the week – Drawp for school

Name: Drawp for school
Age:  Any age
Available on: iPad and Android


Drawp is an exciting creativity tool with built-in collaboration, cloud storage, and workflow management. Drawp makes learning more exciting with interactive design features. Students can turn any homework, classwork or assignment into a fun, creative activity with features like drawing, painting, voice stickers and text.

Teachers can use the app to create tasks, assignments and work. And, share them with students. Students can then complete the work which teachers can then mark and share again.

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