Smart ideas in schools

Moving beyond thinking about just hardware means thinking about the how and why of learning, but doing this is itself a reason to bring smart technology into the core learning experience, writes Jason Walshe

26th August, 2018
Paul Roche, sales director for education at Smartschools, Capita

Today, every school needs hardware, whether it be mobile devices, interactive whiteboards or desktop PCs. But hardware alone does not create the digital leaders of the future. That’s the message from Smartschools, the educational technology specialist arm of Capita Managed IT Solutions.

Such a bold statement poses a question, though: if hardware doesn’t do the job, what does?

Paul Roche, sales director for education at Smartschools, said that the technology must...

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