Tes, 28 June 2018

Daniel El-Gamry, Researcher at Reform, wrote an article in TES following the publication of Reform‘s report, Beyond gadgets: EdTech to help close the opportunity gap. In it, he argued that EdTech can reduce the administrative burden on teachers, help to intelligently analyse pupil data and equip students with skills for the future.

“Technology should always be a tool rather than an end in itself. There is, however, cause for optimism that ed tech can reduce the workload of teachers and make their work more rewarding”.

Read the full article here.