Common Factors in Effective Use of Educational Technology in Schools

In my role as Chair of the judging panel for the annual ICT Excellence Awards in Northern Ireland, I am privileged to visit primary, secondary and special schools that are transforming learning and teaching using educational technology. Through the judging process over the past three years, it has become clear that there are certain common factors in the most successful schools. I hope that it is helpful to share some of these.
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For members considering nomination to the Naace Board from June 2018

Information for members considering nomination for election to the Board of Management from April 2017. The Board of Management Naace is registered as a charity and has a Board of Management to look after its affairs. They are responsible to the Charity Commissioners and to members of the Association. There are twelve Board Members elected from the membership and they each serve normally for a term of four years. (Subject to the Rules of the Association)
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Naace Newsletter – 16 April 2018

Welcome to the latest edition of the Naace Newsletter which includes the following: - View from the Chair - Launch of the New Self Review Framework - Advancing Education Journal - Naace at the Academies Show, London ExCel - Further dates for your diary - Congratulations - School Awards - NaaceTalk
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School Apps, is it the way forward?

Ok, confession, I don't normally write articles, in fact, this is actually my first and I'm more just testing the waters. Nevertheless, I was thinking about this very topic the other day and do feel maybe it merits writing about.
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A journey into the open

I’ve always been a fan of working in the open and ensuring that the work I do (we do) as an organisation helps as many individuals as possible. But to be honest I’ve never quite understood what is all means.
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