Technology 2018-06-07T11:58:29+00:00

ISC Digital Strategy Conference

The next ISC Digital Strategy conference will take place on 29th November 2018 and aims to provide an effective digital strategy that impacts on policy, pedagogy and technology in the learning environment.

The conference has 3 main elements:

  • To establish where schools are

  • To determine what progress schools have made

  • To discuss the results of Action Research projects between schools and our technology partners, which took place this year

Delegates who attend the conference:

  • Contribute to Action Research

  • Are inspired by thought leaders

  • Are given examples of best practice

  • Talk with leading suppliers about their latest and up and coming innovations

Collaborate

Interact with speakers and colleagues

World Wide

International Contributions

Action Research

How do we future proof our schools?

Network

Understand what your colleagues are doing from the smallest to the largest schools

LATEST NEWS AND UPDATES

Load More Posts

ABOUT US

The ISC Digital Strategy Group was set up in 2007 by the Independent Schools Council. The group is composed of experts with representatives drawn from the various Independent School Council member associations. The group provides independent advice to Senior Management teams on a range of ICT related issues primarily through the publication of briefing papers and the annual conference.

Mission statement: The ISC Digital Strategy Group aims to work alongside Edtech companies to best communicate how Schools’ investment in technology can be most efficiently used.  We will look at how this impacts student learning, as they  become creative, innovative, resilient global citizens, able to solve (the as yet unknown) problems they will face.

ACTION RESEARCH

We are delighted to provide schools with the opportunity to take part in key Action Research projects this academic year. Through 4 streams at the ISC Digital conference in November, schools discussed their needs and looked at practical solutions for implementation. 5 schools in each stream were chosen to take part in the trial and then feedback their findings at follow up meetings throughout the year. Schools will be provided with the relevant equipment and training and support to form a vital part of this research.

VR/AR Schools involved in creating Gold Standard VR/AR Resource

  • Schools will be invited to share their experiences and aspirations
  • The VR/AR project will be launched at the 2017 ISC Digital Conference
  • 5 Schools will be chosen and given resources at the 2017 conference to take back to their schools
  • Advice and findings will be shared on ISC Digital Website
  • Progress will be monitored through additional meetings to finalise Gold Standard Resource and at the 2018 conference

ANALYTICS

  • Schools to create Gold Standard using analytics resource
  • The project will be launched at the 2017 ISC Digital Conference
  • 5 Schools will be chosen and given resources and trained at the 2017 conference
  • Progress will be monitored through additional meetings to finalise Gold Standard Resource and at the 2018 conference

GDPR

  • Schools to create a Gold Standard implementing GDPR resource
  • The project will be launched at the ISC Digital Strategy Conference 2017
  • 5 schools will be chosen to be supported to develop and test advice
  • Schools will share their findings on the ISC Digital website
  • Progress will be monitored at the 2018 conference and revisions will be made where required

Advanced Technology and IT

  • Looking at how to overcome the challenges of Edtech in the classroom
  • Establish what is needed and practical to achieve through this project
  • Advice and findings will be shared on ISC Digital Website

CONTACT US TODAY


Berkhamsted School manages the booking process for the conference on behalf of the ISC Digital Strategy Group

For any queries regarding the conference please contact

events@berkhamstedschool.org

Tel: 01442 358116