At EDU365 we were already celebrating the successes of our partners in the 2013 BETT awards and now we have something more to celebrate.
LearnPad, the winner of the 2013 BETT award for Best Digital Device has joined the EDU365 solution set.
EDU365 Group will now sell and support this award-winning device throughout the Caribbean either as a single product project or as part of our combined fully-integrated suite of solutions, all purpose built for education.
For details about the amazing LearnPad education tablet solution click here.
Two of EDU365 Groups closest long-term partners have just won prestigious awards in the UK for their products. At the 2013 BETT awards in London, Capita won 'Innovations in ICT' whilst FrogTrade gained the award for 'ICT company of the Year'
EDU365 has worked closely with Capita Group and FrogTrade for a number of years and are proud to integrate and support these award-winning products in the EDU365 whole-school solution.
Commenting on Capita SIMS Discover, the judges said: "a great entry with equally impressive testimonials. Capita SIMS demonstrates a real understanding of the needs of schools today to produce individual, personalised data quickly and effectively. Links to (government) criteria and key performance measures, make it relevant to teachers and senior staff alike."
And on Frog, judges said: "Frog meets the needs of schools in a variety of different ways. The company has demonstrated a willingness to work closely with schools to improve their product and services. Strong product development and marketing have both helped to significantly boost performance.
Congratulations to both companies.
In the last five years UK schools have spent more than £1 billion on
digital technology. From interactive whiteboards to tablets, there is
more digital technology in schools than ever before. But so far there
has been little evidence of substantial success in improving educational
Something is going wrong.
Decoding Learning finds proof of technology supporting effective learning, emerging technologies that show promise of impact, and exciting teacher practice that displays the potential for effective digital education.
In this highly insightful report Nesta reveals..
- What works and why
- What needs to change
- What is missing