Over the last 10 years the education sector has come a long way on this path, realising that they suited to the more modern, collaborative and technology-enabled methods of teaching in use today.
Ann Clarke of Claremont looks at the commercial importance of an agile workplace, the influential technologies that are presenting new opportunities and why the time to embrace them is now.
Educators have a wide range of resources at their disposal, many of which celebrate all that is positive about the digital age.
Plenty has been written about the withdrawal of funding for school libraries and in some places the decision to close these resources altogether.
The IT curriculum underwent a significant shake-up in 2014 when coding became a core component of teaching.
It’s not uncommon for us to find disparity between what client project managers tell us they think they need, and what they actually need.
Today’s teachers and students need flexible agile learning spaces that take advantage of the shift toward active learning, enabling future generations of young people to compete successfully.