ICT for Education Conference is a FREE of charge conference that allows teachers and schools the opportunity to meet experts, network with peers and find solutions to meet their ICT needs.
Come and find Promethean in the exhibition area throughout the conference to discover Learning, transformed and receive a demonstration on our all-new ActivPanel 9.
This limited time offer subsidises access to the world’s number one interactive panel* and all the training, support and resources that come with it.
Promethean will subsidise one ActivPanel 9 purchase for all customers in the UK and Ireland for orders placed between 29th March and 31st July 2023.
Subsidised pricing gives you the chance to put the ActivPanel 9 through its paces and experience all the wider value that comes from partnering with Promethean, including:
Situated in Hampstead, St Christopher’s School is an independent school for girls age 4 to 11, whose ethos champions creativity and curiosity.
The school previously had interactive whiteboards, but they were showing their age and beginning to hinder the cross-curricular teaching which the school strives for. This led St Christopher’s to investigate options to upgrade its technology, which resulted in Promethean emerging as the brand of choice.
With 19 new ActivPanel displays now installed, every classroom in the school has access to powerful digital tools that enhance lesson delivery and enable teachers to pioneer new pedagogical approaches.
Exploring new functionality
From their very first orientation session with Promethean, St Christopher’s teachers have been able to explore new ways to push academic boundaries with edtech. The school uses the ActivPanel to make lessons engaging by interacting with topics more dynamically. For example, geography teachers can use Google Earth on the ActivPanel to capture, annotate, and screen share content with pupils’ digital devices, helping to create an immersive experience by enabling students to visualise their learnings.
The ActivPanel is also being used to lock in concepts. Jamie McKenzie, a maths teacher at St Christopher’s, uses the split screen feature to share both PowerPoint presentations and the Whiteboard during his lessons. “Having both screens available to use simultaneously works wonderfully to explain and annotate trickier concepts,” Jamie explained. “It also goes beyond instructional teaching, because students can easily come up and use the panel to answer any queries or solve any problems.”