ETAG (Education Technology Action Group) report

If you haven’t heard of ETAG, it is an independent group set up by DfE ministers and BIS to advise on how digital technology might empower teachers and learners by enabling innovation across schools. You can find out much more by visiting: http://etag.report/

If you look at the group of members via this link, you’ll see that it is quite literally a who’s who of educators and education technology experts who really know what they’re talking about.

You can see this in a sketch note made by one of the members:

2025 looks like this? By ETAG’s Bryan Mathers

During Bett, they released a report highlighting their findings:

I can highly recommend reading the report. For me there are a number of key takeaways…

– “Fundamentally, we concluded that the use of digital technology in education is not optional. Competence with digital technology to find information, to create, to critique and share knowledge is an essential contemporary skill set. It belongs at the heart of education. Learners should receive recognition for their level of mastery; teachers and lecturers should too.

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