Implementation of education technology in schools and colleges – GOV.UK

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Exploring how new education technology (Edtech) is successfully implemented and embedded in schools and colleges.
Ref: ISBN 978-1-83870-388-2 PDF, 931 KB, 114 pages
This report brings together the findings of:
The research identified the key stages that schools and colleges considered to be important when implementing technology.
Following a sequential and structured process, the report outlines the importance of preparing for technology implementation ahead of the actual implementation process itself. Alongside this, the feedback from schools and colleges highlighted training, support and monitoring processes as underpinning the planning and implementation process.
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