Celebrating Edtech - Edtech 50 Schools

PLEASE NOTE that the Edtech 50 Schools survey closed on 1st February 2019.  If you still wish to submit an entry, please contact: ty.goddard@ednfoundation.org

The Edtech 50 Schools is a celebration of the work of schools across the UK that are using education technology to support teaching and learning across the whole school, in a particular subject area or to support an education initiative or project.

Supported by Intel, The Education Foundation, Edtech UK, Jisc, and the Independent Schools Council Digital Strategy Group are working in partnership on this programme, building on the Foundation's Edtech 50 2018 yearbook: http://www.ednfoundation.org/wp-content/uploads/EDTECH50.pdf
Media partners: TES

Through public nomination and an independent judging panel (shortly to be announced) we aim to capture the richness in approach of this emerging digital leadership across schools. Teachers are embracing the positives of using education technology, whilst balancing the need to anchor approaches in a shared context of safety, security and responsibility around digital tools.

If you are proud of your work, your school and digital leadership; then please showcase it here by completing this simple survey to submit a nomination for the Edtech 50 Schools. Successful nominations will appear in the Edtech 50 Schools publication, to be launched in April 2019.

As well as from schools, we welcome nominations from other stakeholders and interested parties, with the school's permission. Please do go ahead and complete the survey.

Please note that this survey closes on FRIDAY 1st FEBRUARY 2019.

(If you have any questions about aspects of the survey, please email us: info@ednfoundation.org)

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* 1. Please enter your school's name, location and postcode.

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* 2. What particular area of good practice or area of promise in your school would you like to highlight in the use of technology to support teaching and learning?

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* 3. Do you have a digital strategy for your school and / or a successful departmental approach? Please provide a link to the strategy document. Are there any parts of the latter you particularly wish to highlight?

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* 4. How do you articulate the impact of education technology on your school? (Are you at the stage of being able to present evidence of impact? What general impact have you seen?) Please share any particular examples of successful impact.

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* 5. What training, evidence based research or learning networks are you using to develop your thinking on technology to support teaching and learning?

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* 6. Please enter your name. What is your relationship with the nominated school?

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* 7. Please share your email address. 
We will only use this to contact you about edtech initiatives from Education Foundation/Edtech UK  (we won't share your details with others)