Episode 07: Dawn Casey-Rowe: The best kind of mobile phone policy for schools
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“It’s quite fashionable to say that the education system’s broken — it’s not broken, it’s wonderfully constructed. It’s just that we don’t need it anymore. It’s outdated.” — Sugata Mitra
Schools have either technology graveyards or deserts, where lifeforms fear the unknown. It wasn’t until Dawn was challenged by one of her pupils that she began to question the use of phone technology in the classroom. Her journey of tech exploration led her to new learning environments and empowered her to create strong policy and best practice for her school.
Discover Dawn’s practical and workable strategies, policy ideas and new approaches to add value to your educational sphere.
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