At the BETT Show in London in January 2012, we ran a series of seminars on some of the key themes from the EXite programme.
Innovative use of new technologies exists on the fringes of education and is driven by creative leaders and practitioners who argue that the key challenge is to shift the focus away from what people should know and onto what they should be able to do with their knowledge. The journey of exploration and development of innovative practice is littered with obstacles and challenges. This seminar described some school leaders’ journeys – how they informed their vision, what their drivers were, and how they achieved their planned desired outcomes. Hosted by Hannah Jones and Mike Briscoe, the session included contributions from successful headteachers and a panel session in which participants explored the ideas and concepts presented by these leaders.
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