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Covid & Beyond: A bright future for schools through EdTech

Introducing our white paper on EdTech strategy for school and MAT leaders.

Sparkjar white paper
James Carroll

James Carroll

EdTech innovator, Founder and CEO of Sparkjar

A must-read for school leaders as they prepare for September, this new white paper builds on the experiences of schools and includes insights from senior school leaders who've adapted the use of classroom EdTech to successfully support a new blended teaching environment.

Created as a brief for school leaders, the paper walks through the key considerations for hardware, software and successful implementation. It unpicks easy-to-miss pitfalls and promotes positive experiences, putting teachers, teacher time and teacher wellbeing at its core.

Download the pdf version:

Covid and beyond: A bright future for schools through edtech

Foreword by José Picardo, Deputy Headteacher at Embley, Apple Distinguished Educator and author of Using Technology in the Classroom.
Edited by Sparkjar's Catherine Jessey, practicing Assistant Headteacher, Sparkjar Teacher Champion, Apple Distinguished Educator and recognised member of the UK Edtech 50.
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