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Basingstoke College of Technology (BCoT) has once again been awarded EdTech 50 2021/22 - the largest and most competitive recognition programme in education technology.
The judging panel said: "A recurring theme appears to be the constant drive for BCoT to use technology to achieve the very best educational outcomes and always thinking innovatively about the future of education in the FE sector. BCoT was able to deliver 100% live online synchronous lessons through lockdown and their Digital Team supported their own staff, as well as 70 other schools and colleges across the UK."
Scott Hayden, BCoT’s Digital Innovation Specialist, said: “Our teachers are incredible and we are happy they have been recognised by this Award. We are privileged to work with educators who are experts in their subjects and always looking to use technology with intention and purpose to enhance teaching, learning, assessment, and the digital well-being of our students.”
Umaira Tariq, Learning Technologist Apprentice at BCoT, has also been recognised as 'Ones to Note' in the ‘People’ category for her work in supporting staff with online learning and delivering in-person flipped and blended approaches at the College.
As one of only 10 colleges to be selected as EdTech Demonstrators by the Department of Education, BCoT offer free peer-to-peer and teacher-to-teacher support to other colleges and schools on effective use of technology in education to enhance teaching and learning. Contact Scott Hayden at email@example.com for more information.