Author: Bernard Dady

Gaia Welcomes Nick Speller

Gaia’s Education Team is delighted to welcome Nick Speller  to the Company.  Nick  is joining us as Lead Primary  Trainer/Consultant and he will be working alongside Bernard to assure delivery of  high quality advice training and project support. Nick joins Gaia from his role with 123ICT   and he will start work  with Gaia on April 5th 2019 – at the Google Bootcamp! He was previously P...

Microsoft Teams Upgraded

Microsoft O365 provides a suite of productivity applications for business and education customers. At the core are the storage, communication and collaboration tools.  OneDrive uses SharePoint at its back-end and it provides personal storage space for staff and students. In essence, it is replacing the requirement for personal network drives and so can save expenditure on server space. Additionall...

FutureSource Panel at BETT 2019

Discussing EdTech Trends

Brighton Hill-Gaia BETT Award 2019

Gaia is very pleased to announce that Brighton Hill Community School won a BETT 2019 Award at this years event. The award was given in the Impact category, which recognises the impact of applied Edtech in a school. The Gaia/Brighton Hill collaboration was focused on adoption of the Gaia well-being app My Teen Mind. In this video lead teacher Clare  Erasmus talks about the experience of building an...

Gaia Cloud Services Support

Schools, academies and colleges are increasingly using Cloud Services to support both their business functions and curriculum support. At the heart of this lay the two giant Cloud platforms O365 from Microsoft and G-Suite from Google. In the next layer down are a range of specific curriculum services, such as Purple Mash and J2E for primary schools or GCSEPod and Show My Homework for Secondary Sch...

Education for a Connected World

We have been hard at work drafting an update for the Gaia  Primary   Computing Framework On-Line Safety Section in order to bring the curriculum content in line with Education for a Connected World. This new Framework has been produced by   UKCCIS (UK Council for Child Internet Safety). The Framework is designed to help schools prepare young people for life in a digital society. We will keep you p...

Self-evaluate your ICT journey

I have always thought of improvement in education as being  a journey. Sometimes we move quickly, other times slowly. We stop for rests and  if we take our foot of the gas we can start slipping backwards.  Effective use of ICT  is one key journey that schools  are making. Big questions remain about the  return on our investment in educational technology (EdTech). Are we really making best use of  ...

The Gaia Guide to Using VR in the Classroom

If you are considering use of VR in the classroom then download our free white paper today.

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