Friday February 28, 2020

Meeting the ICT challenge head on with Microsoft

Today’s schoolchildren are tomorrow’s economic innovators, but are we preparing them well?

24th January, 2016
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Sarah Kate O’Reilly and Conor Aughney, students at Colaiste Pobail Setanta in Dublin 15 Picture: Ronan O’Sullivan

Schools intent on going down the road of introducing IT in the classroom need to have a clear idea what they are doing and why. That’s the message from Dr Kevin Marshall, head of education for Microsoft Ireland.

“Schools need to have a compelling reason why they set out on this road. They need to have a framework for change and they need to be clear as to why they’re doing it. Simply...

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