How to choose the right tools to enable 21st century learning skills



Last week Davy De Rijbel and Shane Swinton from our team attended the “Academies and Technology Procurement Show” in London. A summit where more than 300 key decision makers in education attended to discover how to develop a resilient technology culture within education and to be made aware of good practice and innovation in technology and procurement practices. It was a perfect opportunity for us to show how i3-Technologies supports education.

As part of our exhibition Davy De Rijbel, Product Manager of Content & Training, had the opportunity to give a presentation to share our vision on the challenges in education and how technology can be successfully integrated to improve student engagement and to enable 21st century learning skills.

Based on our case studies and on several learning scenario’s, Davy explained how we can create new and more flexible learning environments.

Watch his presentation below:

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