Digital Classroom

Unlocking Potential with Digital Textbooks

Intelligent textbooks empower students to be at the centre of their learning and to create better communication flow between learners and teachers. Karin Bjerde shows how Box Hill School is benefitting from their implementation.
Teachers with students and laptop

‘We weren’t aware that alternatives existed. We were happy enough using printed textbooks’, says Julian Baker, the IB Coordinator at Box Hill School, a GCSE and IB/A-level school in Surrey. They were among the first UK schools to fully implement Kognity, the digital publisher of GCSE and IB intelligent textbooks, and, after a couple of years, are now looking at the option of completely phasing out printed textbooks for their IB students. 

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