We’ve said it once, and we’ll say it again – digital learning is the future for schools in Australia and all over the world. While making the change can seem like a daunting task, developing students’ digital skills and literacy is a crucial part in preparing them for the needs of the 21st century. And these skills begin in the classroom.
That’s why we interviewed Mark De Vries, Foundation Principal at the high-preforming Santa Sophia Catholic College in NSW, to find out why he believes in digital learning, and the practical processes he has tried and tested throughout his career to successfully implement it into schools.
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- Why Mark believes digital learning is relevant for a 21st century education
- His process for implementation
- How to measure success
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