MEET OUR CORE TEAMOur wider team includes over 25 experienced educators including ASN and curriculum specialists plus VR expertise, programming specialists and web/digital media expertise
Pam was a secondary English teacher and faculty head before the creative digital world captured her heart with the benefits it could offer learning.
A few years at local authority team level led her to national roles in the Glow team at Education Scotland and Scottish Government Digital Learning team before being approached by Tablet Academy to lead the company in Scotland.
“There are so many challenges for schools in making the most of digital for learning and for some bizarre reason I care about that. I genuinely believe that we can use digital tools to make the busy life of school easier and to engage our young people in ways that can only benefit their learning.”
Caz has an infectious laugh and an awesome smile and is naturally and inherently a people person. Enjoying excellent relationships with clients and co-workers alike, her personality allows her to get the best for her clients and partners.
She’ll be the one who will go the extra mile to keep everyone smiling. But smiles aside, Carole has over 10 years experience working in the private sector managing sales and business development for one of Scotland’s fastest growing companies.
Carole has used her experience to manage all aspects of opening of Tablet Academy Scotland and continues to be involved in the day to day running of the company.
TRANSFORMING LEARNING AND TEACHING
MAKING THE MOST OF DIGITAL TOOLS IN EDUCATION
Our aim is to support education institutions to transform learning and teaching and revolutionise the way they work by embracing the opportunities mobile and digital technologies offer.
The pace of change has been rapid and it is clear that we were unable to predict just how transformative mobile devices and cloud services would be. Schools need help.
The world is facing a digital skills crisis and schools will need considerable support over the coming years if we are to meet the demands of the jobs market in developing digital skills in our current and future workforce.