Tag: edtech
21st September 2015, by , in Blog
A recent global study by the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development has suggested that schools’ investment in classroom technology may not have the positive effect on results that many institutions had hoped for. The report concluded that education systems which had invested in technology in the classroom on a large scale had not seen...
3rd July 2015, by , in Blog
Today, we’re pleased to feature a guest post from Mick Flaherty, ICT Coordinator at Stockport Grammar School, Cheshire. Just the very use of ‘buzz’ words in education is enough to make me want to cover my ears.  There are many bandwagons to jump on but what it seems to come down to is simply trying...
10th June 2015, by , in Blog
Over the coming weeks and months we’re fortunate enough to be publishing a series of guest blog posts by a number of industry experts. Our first post in the series is written by Brad Philpot, founder and owner of Philpot Education, a licensed provider of worldwide IB teacher training.  I was introduced to Moodle in 2005, when I...
3rd June 2015, by , in Blog
A couple of weeks ago we headed down to London for the COBIS Annual Conference at the Park Plaza in Victoria. The theme this year was “Measuring Success: Wellbeing, Resilience, Education and Leadership”. Over the three days we heard a range of inspiring and instructive speakers give presentations on the current hot topics affecting international...
20th April 2015, by , in Blog
On 9th April we headed to Brussels for the 2015 ECIS Leadership Conference, coinciding with ECIS’ Golden Jubilee year. We were pleased to find a good deal of interest in Titus Learning Platform and ideas on bespoke development. One area we spoke about with several groups of visitors was the concept of dynamically linking content...
10th April 2015, by , in Blog
Perhaps the most obvious difference between classroom based and online learning is the latter’s availability from any location at any time. One particular benefit of a VLE in this regard is the ability to use it to support teaching and learning if the school is forced to close, whether that’s due to extreme weather, security...
24th March 2015, by , in Blog
At the end of March we travelled to the 2015 ECIS conference hosted by the Bavarian International School in Munich. We were delighted to be asked to give two presentations, on boosting participation in e-learning, and on getting the best value out of Moodle. It was great to meet up with so many e-learning enthusiasts,...
10th February 2015, by , in Blog
The flipped classroom is an approach to teaching and learning which has rapidly gained popularity recently, in a large part due to the ubiquity of e-learning technology and internet connected devices both at schools and in students’ homes. Whilst the theory behind it is simple enough, it’s important not to underestimate the challenges involved in...
2nd February 2015, by , in Blog
As anyone who’s been involved in implementing e-learning technology in schools will know, the process can at times seem like something of an uphill struggle, with the distant promise of “launch day” the only motivation to press forwards. Once the final day comes, and your new learning platform is finally live, it’s tempting to breath...
21st January 2015, by , in Blog
We’re pleased to announce that Titus Learning is an affiliate member of FOBISIA, the Federation of British Schools in Asia. Founded in 1988 to promote excellence in British schools in the region, and to foster collaboration between schools, FOBISIA has grown to provide a forum for better communication between member schools, supporting professional development, training...

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