Digital Education in Primary Schools
Over the last few decades, rapid technological change has taken place which has had significant effect on society, economy, skills and employment. A study into the development of digital education in primary schools in Northern Ireland gathered baseline data on the following areas of digital education in primary schools: (a) Leadership in school, (b) Teacher Professional Development, (c) Pedagogy and assessment, (d) Equality of access and the learner experience and finally (e) Parental engagement.
For more information about the study, please read the reports below:
Digital Education Policy and Implementation in the UK and Ireland
In 2018, Northern Ireland Screen also commissioned RSMNI to complete a review of existing education policy in Northern Ireland in comparison to other parts of the UK and Republic of Ireland. This report is a vital first step in comparing Northern Ireland education policy and implementation in this regard with our local counterparts, and provides valuable evidence for those working in education policy.