Unlocking potential in the classroom: How digital technology can transform learning outcomes

Ark book cover

What are the key areas for future development of our education systems? Which have potential for significant changes if only they were unlocked?

I’ve written a chapter in this wide ranging book from Ark Schools and King’s College London on unlocking areas of future potential in schools. This book is written by a variety of educators from different perspectives ranging from Early Years to post 16, and of course digital technology.

My chapter ‘Unlocking potential in the classroom: How digital technology can transform learning outcomes‘ explores ground that won’t be new to readers of this blog, but it was good to have the space of a book chapter to more deeply explore some of the ideas I’ve been exploring in the last couple of years.

You can download the book below, and do let me know what you think.

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