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How to Build a High-Impact, Low-Effort Edtech Strategy to Roll Out in the New Year

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8th December 2021 @ 3:30 pm 4:30 pm GMT


8th December 2021
3:30 pm – 4:30 pm GMT


Tablet Academy
01952 567450
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Hey SLT, Computing and Digital Learning Leads!

Don’t miss this opportunity to get key insights directly from specialists Andrew Murden and Joe Basketts at Tablet Academy – to help you build your edtech strategy and put an action plan into play, with confidence.

You’ll learn how to:

Build an edtech strategy which will produce high-impact change in your school or college

Use the Lippitt-Knoster model for managing complex change

Get colleagues on-board and support them through change

Avoid the pitfalls of Stagnation, Frustration, Resistance, Anxiety, and Confusion


Say hello to your hosts…

Andrew Murden
Andy has over 30 years of experience in education as a teacher, school leader, local authority consultant, and independent consultant, specialising in strategic implementation and adoption of education technologies.
Joe Basketts
Joe has specialist knowledge across a wide range of educational aspects, including educational CPD programme design and delivery, strategic technology consultancy, and school self-review.

FAQs about the webinar…


When is the webinar?

Thursday 8th December, 2021, at 3:30 PM – 4:30 PM (GMT). (What a great time and day to round off the year!)

Who is the webinar for?

School leaders, the SLT, Computing and Digital Learning Leads. (Anyone who has been thrown into leading their school’s edtech strategy, really!)

Can I share the webinar link?

Yes, share away! (We’ll be sending the webinar link by email the day before, on 7th December.) Just to confirm: this webinar is relevant for anyone who needs more expert advice on building-up their edtech strategy, so they can lead with confidence. (It’s free to join too!)

What is the Edtech Leaders Programme?

We’ve created the Edtech Leaders Programme – it’s an easy-to-access training platform specifically designed to further support schools with the demand for more edtech tools.