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Sciennes Primary was part of the City of Edinburgh 1:1 pilot scheme which began in March 2012. Then in P5, one of the current P7 classes has experienced the use of iPads for the entire period, with all pupils in P7 … Continue reading
XMA worked with us recently to film a case study looking at our progress with 1:1 digital learning across Edinburgh schools, featuring Sciennes Primary in particular. The video outlines the many advantages of 1:1, describing how it can improve and … Continue reading
In August 2012, the City of Edinburgh Council commissioned Hull University to evaluate the impact and potential of mobile technologies for learning across our four 1:1 pilot schools. These schools were Broomhouse Primary School, Sciennes Primary School, Forrester High School … Continue reading
The London Knowledge Lab, in collaboration with the Institute of Education at the University of London, recently published its ‘What the research says’ report ‘iPads in the Classroom’ by Wilma Clark and Rosemary Luckin. The report is based on global … Continue reading
Gracemount High School have published interviews that were conducted with some of the S3 pupils involved in the netbook pilot. You can find out more by clicking here.
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The staff at Forrester High School have been blogging about their experiences of the 1 to 1 pilot using Android Tablets. Click here to read further