In this digital age children are exposed to computers at home and at school. One of the latest initiatives is introducing iPads into the classroom, ...
Charlotte BallEducation London, GB
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The majority of High Schools now use an email service which some primary schools are now beginning to use as well. The main problem has been that the ...
Really interesting to read the comments so far and certainly in my experience the way in which schools get children involved in enterprising ...
We have recently devised a reward system in our school. Students collect 'credits' awarded on an online school banking system and then can use them ...
We are firm believers in building links between schools and local businesses. At Young Enterprise School we find that so many young people benefit ...
Q: How could schools use technology to help parents feel more involved?
A: In this digital age children are exposed to computers at home and at school. One of the latest initiatives is introducing iPads into the classroom, ...4 years ago
Q: Should schools make having an email address for parents mandatory so that newsletters and information can be sent by email?
A: The majority of High Schools now use an email service which some primary schools are now beginning to use as well. The main problem has been that the ...4 years ago
Q: Should business leaders visit schools and work with/talk to students?
A: We are firm believers in building links between schools and local businesses. At Young Enterprise School we find that so many young people benefit ...4 years ago
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