The Directorate for Digital Literacy and Transversal Skills in collaboration with PWC would like to invite you to participate in this Research Study on the Possible Introduction of Portable Technology in Middle and Secondary Schools. This survey is intended for all educators in Year 6 and in the Middle and Secondary schools, including Education Officers, Heads of Schools, Assistant Heads, Heads of Departments, Teachers and LSEs. Click on this link to access the survey: Research Study on Introduction of Portable Technology
The aim of the survey is mainly to:
- Gain insight on the educational use of portable technological devices in the middle and secondary schools;
- Evaluate the experience of educators’ through the possible introduction of portable technology and the impact on their teaching.
While the participation in the survey is on a voluntary basis, we would appreciate if you could participate in the survey to share your insights and opinions on their needs within this area.
Literacy Pro Library an expertly curated collection of over 1,200 ebooks. Pupils can access it from the toolbox of their Learnpad tablet. To log into Literacy Pro one needs to input the iLearn username and password.
Click on the following link for an easy step-by-step guide of how to use this tool:
Using Literacy Pro on Learnpad Tablet
OTPC tablets provide an educational environment through which the student can access content provided by the teacher. Since the closing of schools, OTPC tablet usage has drastically increased. We are informed of great practices including tablet usage for regular communication and sharing of learning material. To enhance such usage during this period and to facilitate the work of teachers, MEDE will be opening Internet filtering on OTPC tablets as from Monday 30th March at 8am. May we remind all parents that as for any other digital devices, parents should be aware of what their children see and hear on the Internet, who they meet, and what they share about themselves. It is important that you talk with your kids and keep an eye on their activities. For further details on the One Tablet Per Child project visit: https://digital.edu.mt