Published: June 2015
When smart tablets were introduced, Carter Community School aimed to supply equal access to the Internet for their students as well as providing all the benefits of a mobile technology platform. This case study shows how their goals were achieved and what the effects were for parents and pupils alike.
Mobile devices were introduced at Carter Community School to ensure students had equal access to the Internet and the benefits of mobile technology.
The school wanted students to learn more independently, and to develop problem-solving skills. They also thought that the portability of mobile devices would result in greater collaboration.
These devices were indispensable in achieving these goals. But they also led to parents becoming more involved with what their children’s learning, taking a more active role in their education. Read our case study to find out more.