Inspiring engagement, creativity and critical thinking. Educational technology – if you believe the hype – has the potential to become a core part of the learning experience. But what do teachers really think about the realities of edtech in the classroom?
“95% of my students are coming in with a mobile, as long as they’re responsible I’d love them to use it in the classroom.”
Gary Matthews, Subject Leader for Biology from Walton High in Milton Keynes talks about the benefits that educational technology brings to his classroom, and how teachers need to let go of their fear of things going wrong.
Having taught for 15 years, Gary shares his unique insight on instant assessment and the impact this has on student motivation. Gary also talks about the one piece of educational technology he couldn’t live without, and what the future of edtech might look like.
Watch our short video interview for Gary’s top tips on how to implement technology in your classroom.
To find out more about how ClassFlow helps teachers to engage pupils through instant assessment, read our technology use case: “Using ClassFlow to Improve Results”.