In the classroom

8 Considerations for Implementing a One-to-One Device Programme by Terry Freedman

Implementing a programme to give every student their own device is easy, right? All you have to do is raise some cash, buy a truck-load of stuff, and dish it out. Well, not ... Read More

Exploring the Mobile School by Terry Freedman

When Loxford School, Redbridge, had to shut its doors for two weeks while it moved to a brand new school building, there were no screaming headlines in the local or national ... Read More

Textease helps young minds take flight at The Imperial War Museum, Duxford by RM Education

The Imperial War Museum at Duxford houses a unique collection of over 200 planes including Concorde, Spitfires and Gulf War jets. It is also home to the American Air ... Read More

Going mobile: 8 great uses for handheld devices by Terry Freedman

There are devices and there are devices. Any attempt to itemise all of them would be out of date by the time this goes to print. A far better approach is to start with the ... Read More

Ebook use in schools by Admin

The best ebook systems now transform books into a targeted intervention tool for teachers The delivery of learning resources via digital means is on a consistent upward ... Read More

Which apps are best for your classroom? by Terry Freedman

So, you’ve decided to go down the mobile learning route: iPads or some other tablet in the hands of every pupil, and their teachers. Now the only question remains is: which ... Read More

Shakespeare: free and high-tech with RM Books by Suzanne Kyle

With Shakespeare’s birthday celebrations in prospect (he would have been 449 next Tuesday) and news of the launch of Shakespeare Week, which aims to inspire primary school ... Read More

One-to-one devices at Victoria Park Academy by Terry Freedman

What happens when you give a tablet (or similar) device to a pupil who is economically disadvantaged? If the experience of Victoria Park Academy in Birmingham is anything to ... Read More

The potential of one-to-one devices for class activities by Terry Freedman

You’d think that a one-to-one programme in a school would be a sure-fire way to kill any ideas of collaboration at birth. Yet paradoxically, an initiative whereby each pupil ... Read More

Free 'Windows in the Classroom' Seminar from RM Education by Ina Zuncke

RM Education and Microsoft would like to extend an offer to run a Windows in the Classroom seminar for your school leadership team. This complimentary seminar will help you ... Read More

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