Some characteristically provocative thoughts from my erstwhile colleague in the Building Schools for the Future programme, Dom Norrish…
Rob was having a significant impact on the lives of children in our schools, but only 30 at a time, and only the ones who happened to attend his school, Surbiton High School. He was a great teacher, but poorly distributed. Every physics student should have access to a Rob and if ever technology could have a tangible impact on learning, surely this was it?
Read more at Schools Week: Is technology worth bothering with in education? | Schools Week
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