Visit i3-Technologies at Stand B80 to experiment with the latest technology, get inspired by real classroom stories and exchange experiences with your fellow school directors and teachers.
4 Reasons to visit us
– Experiment with exciting new content –
Discover how you can foster collaboration and productivity in STEM lessons with our easy cloud-based learning platform i3LEARNHUB and new interactive 3D content.
Online teacher community
Great asset library
BETT Awards 2018 Finalist
– Get inspired by real classroom stories –
Join our live presentations in the Schools Theatre & Solutions Den to get inspired by stories from educators who use innovative strategies and technologies to teach in a context of diversity.
Topic: Embracing diversity with education technology
Host: Olivier Dijkmans
When: Wednesday 23 January, 13:15 – 13:45
In this session, Olivier will share his experience and explain in a hands-on way, how a school can use a variety of technologies, such as VR or 3D content, in an everyday context. He will delve deeper into how teachers and leaders can pick out the elements that add value to their lessons and stimulate deeper learning, while discussing his personal journey of how to develop exciting lesson content in the context of diversity.
Topic: Technology promotes inclusion and supports SEN in Early Years.
Host: Davy De Rijbel
When: Wednesday 23 January, 14:20 – 14:40
Thursday 24 January, 14:20 – 14:40
Friday 25 January, 13:00 – 13:20
Burnt Ash Primary School is in the heart in London. Like many schools in the city, pupils come from different backgrounds reflecting the vibrancy of the capital. The school also has children from disadvantaged backgrounds, whose first language is not English and SEN children. In the Summer of 2017, nearly 80% of the school’s children in EY were below expected learning levels. The teachers firmly believed raising ELG-scores in technology would ignite and accelerate developments in areas such as reading, writing and mathematics. Burnt Ash found the solution offered by i3-Technologies stood out from other suppliers. It was much more imaginative, engaging and above all flexible.
The school introduced a mobile floor projector, interactive motion sensor chairs and an online collaborative learning platform. The results are impressive. By June 2018, more that 80% of the children were exceeding expectations, with all of EY showing the highest area of achievement.