Hope Education were encouraged to create the resource after looking at the 65,000+ apps available for education, as well as the 8 million+ iPads in circulation in schools across the globe. To address the growing need for tech-savvy young people, the company are seeking how schools can best equip children with the right skills for the digital jobs of the future.
“We decided to take cutting edge technology that already exists and place it in a practical classroom setting,” said Chris Mahady, CEO of Hope Education parent company Findel Education. “We wanted to explore how these new technological developments could improve teaching and learning on a day to day level, and the exciting possibilities they could reveal.”
Hope Education also asked a range of Primary school children about their thoughts on what the classroom of the future might look like, “coming up with some…interesting responses in the process”:
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