Connected News: Schools embrace Surface strategy

Dublin schools Mount Anville Secondary School and St Vincent's Castleknock College have introduced Microsoft Surface Pro 3 devices in the classroom.

Emmet Ryan

Technology Correspondent @emmetjryan
5th October, 2014
Teachers Jennifer Estevez and Aoife Harris with Alexandra Assaf, 6th year, and Sophie Hilton, 2nd year, Mount Anville Secondary School. Picture: Jason Clarke

Dublin schools Mount Anville Secondary School and St Vincent's Castleknock College have introduced Microsoft Surface Pro 3 devices in the classroom. Teachers and students in the schools were among the first people in the country to get their hands on the hybrid devices.

The tablets are being used to enable a smart learning strategy by the schools. All teachers in both schools are being trained to ensure the maximum benefit offered by the technology is provided...

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