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23 Sep 2020
Shifting a Delivery Model: Education through Lockdown

 
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The stay at home order that came into place significantly disrupted many organisations way of working and delivering for its customers. Education was one of the hardest hit, requiring a total rethink of how teaching is done. Learn from one institution what innovative solutions they delivered to carry on teaching, and how. Dan Hall is the Director of Information Technology Services at the Girls’ Day School Trust (GDST), one of the largest group of independent schools in the UK. He’ll share the Trust’s programme of Guided Home Learning, a fully integrated platform that has enabled 19,000 students to log-on every day and engage with a diverse and comprehensive curriculum.

From attending, you will learn:
  • How technology has been able to support innovate new methods of teaching, such as an “Eurovision” style musical competition
  • Quick methods to support non-technologists on utilising tech effectively
  • What was required to meet new capacity requirements on the GDST cloud solution

 

Speakers

Dan Hall

Director of Information Technology Service at the Girls' Day School Trust


Summary

Dan is a seasoned technology leader, holding previous senior roles at the British Council and Blind Veterans UK. In addition to leading the technology team at the Trust, he is also the current Chair of Charity IT Leaders.

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