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Tablet technology resonates with children

As ICT becomes engrained in the classroom, Killian Woods reports that keeping the technology intuitive is key to maintaining its maximum benefits

22nd August, 2015
Aoife Leap, education business manager, Compu b

The role of the teacher is changing. Instead of delivering content to the students, teachers are now becoming facilitators of lesson plans and of knowledge, as students are encouraged to take a more proactive approach to learning using ICT in the classroom.

In her role as education manager at Compu b, Aoife Leap focuses on implementing ICT solutions into schools around Ireland and putting technology in the hands of students to help them foster new...

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