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The Promethean State of Technology in Education Report asked questions to gain a broader understanding of the challenges and successes educators are experiencing.

The survey of over 2,000 educators across the UK and Ireland, including independent schools, pointed towards growing pressures around school budgets and the impacts they may have on teaching and learning.

Seventy-two percent of school leaders said budgets will have the biggest impact on student education in the year ahead.

Compared to last year, almost five times as many school leaders said operations and maintenance will be the top spending priority after salaries (11% in 2018/19 up to 49% this year).

Technology spend rises to fourth place in budget priorities – 16% of school leaders said they will spend most of their budget on technology in the coming year (compared to 4% in 2018/19). Forty six percent of respondents believe too little is spent on technology – the highest level in the four-year period.

There are more signs that budgets are creating barriers to teaching and learning through limited budgets being soaked up on vital operational costs such as salaries and maintenance or learning support

Additional learning support will see a significant increase in priority, rising from 5% in 2018/19 up to 30% in 2019/20.

Rachel Ashmore, head of Promethean Academy, said: “The issue of budgetary constraints in schools is not a new concept and unfortunately is something that has made headlines regularly in recent years. What is interesting from the results of the State of Technology in Education Report 2018/19, is that we are seeing an increase in the concern voiced by educators over the four years the report has been running.

“There are more signs that budgets are creating barriers to teaching and learning through limited budgets being soaked up on vital operational costs such as salaries and maintenance or learning support.”


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Following the negative headlines about extensive teacher workloads and what’s being called the ‘crisis in education’, Promethean wanted to help teachers recognise the wonderful work that they do, the impact they have on the lives of students and to relive cherished educator memories. As #ClassroomStory is getting into full swing, and entries are coming in thick and fast, Promethean shares the story so far. Once upon a time – Dan’s story #ClassroomStory was piloted at Bett 2019, and teachers were encouraged to come forward and share warm teacher memories with the incentive of winning an ActivPanel that could not only help integrate technology into the classroom but assist with collaborative teaching and learning methods. Dan Rolles, network manager at Shielding Special Education Trust, told Promethean about a young boy named Brandon. Brandon, was passionate about technology and as a result of one-on-one sessions and inspiration from his teacher, has now completed an ICT degree and is working for the ICT department of a large bank. Following the encouragement, he received from his teacher in his teen years, Brandon thanked Dan for the support in his university acceptance speech, stating that without the additional help and guidance he feels that he would never have pursued a career in ICT, something which Dan was incredibly pleased to share. Turning teacher memories into edtech Technology has the ability to transform the teaching environment, creating a versatile and engaging sphere to help students and teachers to learn and develop in adaptive classrooms and help to familiarise students with technology from a young age. Technology also has the ability to help teachers create and experiment with new and exciting ways to teach, therefore encouraging students to engage within lessons and spark creative energy. Despite the potential technology has for our future learners, budgets can be restrictive and many schools are unable to break down the barriers to access this technology. Promethean, with the help of the #ClassroomStory competition, has made the potential of benefiting from this technology possible. The award-winning ActivPanel has become a popular tool in classrooms around the world and it could be yours just by sharing magical teaching moments that transformed the way you feel about teaching. Enter the #ClassroomStory competition today by sharing a video entry on social media, to be in with the chance of winning an ActivPanel package valued at approximately £3,000, all for the love of learning. 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Whilst the challenges educators are facing urgently need addressing, it is also important to recognise some of the amazing work teachers are doing and the impact they are making to the lives of their students. For the love of learning, this term, Promethean has launched the #ClassroomStory competition to share treasured teaching memories and give educators the chance to win a state-of-the-art technology package. Over the past two years, the Promethean Grant has celebrated schools around the UK, with pupils taking the limelight in the creative video competition which saw over 60 ActivPanels awarded to winning schools. This time around, in 2019, Promethean wants to hear from you, the teachers, in the all new #ClassroomStory competition. Do you remember a time when a pupil came to you after class for extra help? When a pupil excelled because of your support? The best piece of advice a colleague has given you? If you have a story to tell, Promethean would love to hear from you and share your story with the teaching community. The #ClassroomStory competition was previewed at leading education technology show Bett, in London in January. Promethean created a video booth where for the duration of the show, educators came and told their stories to be in with the chance of winning an ActivPanel, an advanced interactive front of class display. Some really inspirational and heart-warming stories were captured – but one story in particular stood out to judges.
Promethean wants to know all about those magical teaching moments that really give you a sense of fulfilment
Dan’s #ClassroomStory Dan Rolles, network manager at Sheiling Special Education Trust, shared his story that encompassed the ethos that every member of staff in a school has a valuable role to play, and that teaching and learning has a long lasting impact on pupils and their career prospects. Dan told Promethean about a child named Brandon who would frequently come to his office to ask ICT related questions and had a real passion for technology. At the time, technology was still an emerging trend in schools and was seen as a fairly ‘nerdy’ subject, but this did not phase Brandon, and Dan encouraged him to learn more about ICT. Recently, Dan bumped into Brandon and discovered that he is now working for the ICT department of a large bank. Brandon thanked Dan for the support he had given him in school and said he had inspired him on to pursue a career in ICT. Sharing your #ClassroomStory If you, or a colleague have a special teaching memory, then why not share it as a video and celebrate what is positive in education? Promethean wants to know all about those magical teaching moments that really give you a sense of fulfilment. Share your video on social media using the hashtag #ClassroomStory, the most inspirational stories will be shortlisted, and educators will be in with a chance of winning one of five ActivPanel packages valued at approximately £3,000 – the shortlisted stories will then go to a public vote in June. For more information on how to enter the #ClassroomStory competition, visit classroomstory.co.uk or email ClassroomStory@PrometheanWorld.com [post_title] => Turning educator memories into education technology [post_excerpt] => [post_status] => publish [comment_status] => open [ping_status] => closed [post_password] => [post_name] => turning-educator-memories-into-education-technology-2 [to_ping] => [pinged] => [post_modified] => 2019-05-15 12:02:22 [post_modified_gmt] => 2019-05-15 11:02:22 [post_content_filtered] => [post_parent] => 0 [guid] => http://ie-today.co.uk/dashboard2/?post_type=articles&p=18073 [menu_order] => 0 [post_type] => post [post_mime_type] => [comment_count] => 0 [filter] => raw ) ) [post_count] => 3 [current_post] => -1 [in_the_loop] => [post] => WP_Post Object ( [ID] => 22160 [post_author] => 43 [post_date] => 2019-12-11 00:00:21 [post_date_gmt] => 2019-12-11 00:00:21 [post_content] => A report has revealed that 54% of school leaders have reported that budgets will make it difficult for their school to realise its strategic objectives in the year ahead.

The Promethean State of Technology in Education Report asked questions to gain a broader understanding of the challenges and successes educators are experiencing.

The survey of over 2,000 educators across the UK and Ireland, including independent schools, pointed towards growing pressures around school budgets and the impacts they may have on teaching and learning.

Seventy-two percent of school leaders said budgets will have the biggest impact on student education in the year ahead.

Compared to last year, almost five times as many school leaders said operations and maintenance will be the top spending priority after salaries (11% in 2018/19 up to 49% this year).

Technology spend rises to fourth place in budget priorities – 16% of school leaders said they will spend most of their budget on technology in the coming year (compared to 4% in 2018/19). Forty six percent of respondents believe too little is spent on technology – the highest level in the four-year period.

There are more signs that budgets are creating barriers to teaching and learning through limited budgets being soaked up on vital operational costs such as salaries and maintenance or learning support

Additional learning support will see a significant increase in priority, rising from 5% in 2018/19 up to 30% in 2019/20.

Rachel Ashmore, head of Promethean Academy, said: “The issue of budgetary constraints in schools is not a new concept and unfortunately is something that has made headlines regularly in recent years. What is interesting from the results of the State of Technology in Education Report 2018/19, is that we are seeing an increase in the concern voiced by educators over the four years the report has been running.

“There are more signs that budgets are creating barriers to teaching and learning through limited budgets being soaked up on vital operational costs such as salaries and maintenance or learning support.”


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What we do

With more than 20 years of experience in K-12 classrooms, Promethean is a global leader in education technology. Promethean’s combined hardware and software solutions are designed to transform learning spaces into collaborative and connective environments, promote student participation and engagement throughout the learning process, and provide access to limitless interactive teaching and learning resources that bring lessons to life. Promethean is a member of the NetDragon Websoft Holdings Limited group of companies and its corporate headquarters office is located in Seattle, USA, with additional offices in Blackburn, UK and Atlanta, USA.

Promethean’s Global reach:

  • 1 million classrooms with Promethean Interactive displays
  • 4 million+ teachers, parents and students registered on ClassFlow® worldwide
  • 50,000+ schools and institutions in 154 countries using Promethean solutions

THE WORLD OF IMMERSIVE LEARNING

For more than 20 years, learning has fuelled the technology innovation behind Promethean. At Promethean, our goal is to reimagine and reinvent educational technology solutions to create the dynamic environments, communities, and tools that:

  • Transform all learning spaces into collaborative and connected environments, enveloping the student in the latest technology
  • Promote student participation, immersion, and engagement throughout the learning process
  • Provide access to limitless interactive teaching and learning resources that bring lessons to life and energise students

ACTIVPANEL®

The ActivPanel is the premium solution that delivers an easy to use tablet-like experience and puts the digital world at the fingertips of teachers and students.

Powered with innovative InGlass™ technology, the ActivPanel continues to offer the industry’s most natural writing experience using, enabling both teachers and students to collaborate in front of the class with ease. The interactive panel automatically detects differences between pen, touch, and palm erase – allowing teachers to teach efficiently without switching between software tools. The new instant whiteboard brings the InGlass technology to life through free-form writing with practically no script-lag, pinch-zoom navigation, and pre-loaded teaching tools to enhance productivity.

The ActivPanel provides teacher-controlled wireless screen sharing, connection to Bluetooth® devices for hands-on learning, and access to free educational apps directly from the home screen.

Compatible with third-party device management software, including Google® G-Suite, VMWare Airwatch®, and Radix Viso, the ActivPanel enables IT administrators the capability, with support Mobile Device Management suites, to manage the ActivPanel centrally and provide over-the-air software updates.

The ActivPanel is available in 65″ 4K, 70″ HD, 75″ 4K, and 86″ 4K.

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