A brief history of classroom technology
…and how Connect-Up fits into it
Small. Dusty. Cheap.
Basic presentation and even more dusty.
Makes an annoying nose when scratched.
Small, portable, lightweight, but with limited storage and write-only capabilities.
BBC Micro Desktop
One of the first PCs to be widely available in schools, and led to ICT being a popular subject
Less messy and more colourful than a Chalkboard, still requires a volunteer to clean after class
Connect-Up opens to serve schools with their ICT requirements
Interactivity and computer connectivity, good for films on the last day of term
From typing to research, to reading, when combined with a keyboard case, these tablets can help develop excellent ICT skills
Like a giant tablet on the wall, these devices bring a whole world of possibilities along with dedicated apps and software