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Bridging the gap

ITSI explains how they are helping schools to address key challenges

Posted by Julian Owen | November 21, 2017 | Technology

Is it possible to combine the academic rigour of textbooks with the flexibility of technology? How can you bridge the gap between traditional and latest research-based practices? Can you make the learning process more visible for teachers and learners?

ITSI is helping schools to tackle some of these key questions. Having worked with hundreds of independent schools overseas, ITSI are now working with independent schools here in the UK.

By providing ​a comprehensive solution that blends e-books from leading publishers with an integrated platform, teachers can seamlessly share educational resources and user-generated content. It saves teachers time and provides learners with personalised curriculum materials to support their learning. ​From digital textbooks, ​through a device agnostic app ​known as ​m​iEbooks, to analysis of learner engagement and assessment results, they aim to support schools in addressing some key challenges in 21st-century education. 

This year at Bett, ITSI will be providing one lucky teacher a trip of a lifetime, ​exploring South Africa’s education system and​ experiencing first-hand how technology is transforming classrooms.

The winner will visit schools in South Africa where learners use one-to-one devices on a daily basis. Some of these schools have limited access to connectivity, yet still they produce amazing results.  

Visitors will be entered into the draw when they book a free demo with ITSI before or during Bett 2018. To book your demo or more information, terms and conditions, visit our website. 

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