Showing Monthly Archives: September 2015

The Rise of the Digital Classroom Report

New research by leading British technology manufacturer, Sahara Plc, uncovers the latest technology innovations and highlights some of the issues facing the teaching community in the UK. The Clevertouch Rise of The Digital Classroom report summarises key information from the research for teachers and lecturers, keeping them up to date with the industry opinions and…

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Category: News  

Apps – everything you need at your fingertips

Over 400 groups of Year 9 pupils from across the UK took part in 7billionIdeas’ UnitedApp competition to design an app for education, with the winning app being created. Those groups were whittled down to ten finalists, each of whom were given a mentor to help them put together their three minute pitch for the judges. A number…

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How This School Library Increased Student Use by 1,000 Percent

Jennifer Gonzalez of online teaching magazine, Cult Of Pedagogy posted this fantastic article on how a school used Clevertouch, among other tech, to increase visitors to their library, which they now use as a Learning Centre. Take a look at the video produced by the students. “It’s much different from the regular classroom, and it’s…

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Peter Canavan launches NIAVAC ‘Best Young Sports Analyst Award’ competition

Clevertouch was recently featured in The Irish News with football legend Peter Canavan, who is working with NIAVAC to help promote the use of technology in sport. Canavan hopes to inspire the next generation of sports analysts following the announcement of NIAVAC’s innovative competition for primary and secondary school children, entitled Best Young Sports Analyst Award, with the winners’ school receiving a70-inch state-of-the-art Clevertouch interactive,…

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Scoil Aonghusa, Tallaght, Dublin 24

Q&A with Ivan Smyth,  Managing Director, Toomey Audio Visual, Dublin Tell us about the school? Scoil Aonghusa based in Tallaght caters for 189 boys and girls and is situated with a staff of 17 teachers near to Tymon park in Dublin. When the school first opened doors in 1975, Tallaght as then at its peak of rapid development and growth. In…

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