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Friday, June 28 • 3:00pm - 3:30pm
Why iPad? Moving learning forward with technology - A school story

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Find out how Royal Hospital School, Holbrook have moved learning forwards using iPads and Apple technology in simple, but innovative ways.

Hamish Mackenzie holds the prestigious title of Apple Distinguised Educator and now works closely with other teachers and trainers to help unlock the power of the iPad - supporting teachers to use the popular devices to accelerate and bring learning alive in simple, but innovative ways.

Quote from the East Anglian Daily Times in 2017 (after Hamish gained his Distinguished Educator status):

“It was when we were in Iceland that I noticed the depth of understanding that came from exploring the geography we had learnt about in class, and how our students were capturing all this data through photos, time lapses, videos and audio recordings. My central point was that if students own the data and are responsible for collecting and creating content, the learning associated with it is deeper and it sticks.

“Of course not all lessons can happen in Icelandic glacial lagoons but data captured on iOS devices can be used in a huge variety of educational contexts to deepen knowledge and understanding.
“Last year my pupils used GPS tracking from windsurf boards and sailing dinghies to plot progress across our local reservoir, Alton Water. Simple apps such as Strava and Explain Everything can also be used in this way” 


Whether you're an existing iPad user, thinking of implenting in the future, or you're just curious - Apple Education Professional Trainers Mike Watkinson and Graham Trick will also be on hand to support you.

Suitable for:

- New or existing users of Apple technology
- People generally curious about iPad and how they've evolved for education
- People interested in learning new ways to use existing iPads
- Experienced or beginner Apple users
- People interested in supporting the implementation of Apple technology throughout an organisation


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Speakers
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Hamish Mackenzie

Director of Digital - Apple Distinguished Educator, Royal Hospital School
Hamish is the Director of Digital Strategy at Royal Hospital School in Suffolk. He is an Apple Distinguished Educator and has responsibility for digital systems and curriculum, mobile learning, training and online learning.
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Graham Trick

Apple Education Professional, Jigsaw24
Graham is Jigsaw24’s Professional Development Trainer for the North of England and a former teacher with 17 years of classroom experience. He has also worked as an educational consultant and worked as a PGCE lecturer in the North East of England.Graham holds Apple’s highest training... Read More →
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Mike Watkinson

Apple Education Professional, Jigsaw24
As an educator, Mike has used Apple technology in the classroom since the ’90s, in a variety of contexts and roles. As a professional development consultant, he supports schools and colleges by delivering professional development and supporting the change management required to... Read More →


Friday June 28, 2019 3:00pm - 3:30pm
TG1.16 Jigsaw24 Room The Gateway Building, 1st Floor

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