#frogchat – How are tablet devices changing learning in the classroom?

Coming to a Twitter feed near you is our brand new #frogchat sessions. Every couple of weeks we’re giving you the opportunity to discuss with fellow education enthusiasts the hottest topics around technology in schools. During these sessions we’ll have loads of our Froggie experts joining in the conversation sharing their thoughts and experiences. And after every session we’ll post all the tweets on this blog for you to review.

With the big news due to be released at The International Learning Platforms Conference around mobile learning we thought we’d start our first #frogchat on “How are tablet devices changing learning in the classroom?” You can join us on Friday 18 May 16:00-17:00.

Maybe you’ve just got some new devices in your school and wondering how best to use them, or you’re considering whether or not to buy some soon and want to know more about what effect they have in schools. It could be you’ve been using them for some time and can share the highs and lows. Maybe you’re a supplier who has lots of best practice examples that you could share with everyone.

There is no right or wrong opinions with this, we’d just love to hear your thoughts on tablet devices in the classroom. So don’t sit back, come along and be part of #frogchat history – at the very least you should come away with lots of cool ideas (and a few more followers).

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