Don’t use edtech as the hammer to crack a walnut

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Is 2019 the year for edtech?

Well, we already know that education secretary Damian Hinds thinks so. He used his first speech in the role to champion education technology last year. But as school budgets are squeezed tighter and tighter, is the dream that schools will be bursting with technology a bit unrealistic?

Ahead of the Bett Show, the world’s biggest edtech show, Tes spoke to Bruno Reddy and asked him just how techy he thought our schools would become this year. Reddy is the teacher behind Times Tables Rock Stars, the maths programme used by more than 12,000 primary and secondary ...

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