Adaptive Technology

H5P: Creating Interactive Resources for the Primary Classroom

Creating Digital Materials can be time consuming and overwhelming, but it doesn’t need to be. Digital learning specialist Daniel Scott offers guidance on using H5P to easily create interactive activities while on a budget.
Primary school pupils using computers

It’s widely accepted that digital technologies improve aspects of our learning, lives and work. Learning technology focuses specifically on supporting and enhancing learning, teaching and assessment processes and tasks. Learning technologies such as Virtual Learning Environments (VLEs), devices (interactive whiteboards, tablets, mobiles, laptops/desktop PCs), applications and an array of online tools are plentiful. However, like other sectors, these are only as good as the understanding and skills of the teachers who use them. 

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