First Built in 1938, Nedre Bekkelaget School is an old school with very new education methods and forward looking ideas on ICT and its role in education.
The Stefania-Sempołowska Primary School in Lubin, Poland began using Fronter early spring 2012. The effort to leave old habits behind and embrace change was led by Headmistress Elżbieta Sikora and Project Coordinator Krystyna Węgrzyn.
The Australian government has published a video about the Connected - Any Student, Any School project.
We were invited to see, first hand, the role Fronter plays in personalised learning at St Paul's.
Southend High School for Girls was founded as a co-ed school in 1895. However, in 1913 the school split and the girls school was established in its own right.
The Ellen Wilkinson School for Girls is a successful, multicultural comprehensive school located in Ealing, West London.
Ashfield Girls’ High School, located in East Belfast, Northern Ireland is an ICT Specialist School.
Enfield Grammar School created a Citizenship Fronter room for students to log in.
Since the initiative was started three and half years ago, the Digital Leaders at Lady Lumley’s School in Pickering, North Yorkshire, have been working with teachers and students across the school to improve teaching and learning with digital technologies.
The move from primary to secondary school can be difficult as pupils adapt to new environments and form new friendships.
«Fronter is a good thing. As parents we can follow our children's school lives more closely and can easily contact teachers.»
«Fronter has taken its place not as a separate product, but as a facilitator in the learning process.»
«The biggest aha moment for the teachers is when they realise how much they benefit from using the Hand-in tool. It is the biggest hassle saver.»