We’ve expanded our education team! Jigsaw24 welcomes Graham Trick

We’ve expanded our education team! Jigsaw24 welcomes Graham Trick

We’re excited to welcome Graham Trick to the Jigsaw24 education team, and the wealth of experience he brings with him.

Graham will be helping to make iPad core to learning, improve results and add value to the teaching and learning experience. We’re excited for him to join our education team increasing student/teacher satisfaction with iPad.

About Graham

Graham has come on board as our new professional development trainer for education. He has worked in education for the last 16 years, 15 of those as a teacher and head of department. He has always developed technology-rich lessons and loves working with iPad, having led many training sessions on the use of technologies in teaching and learning. For the past two years, Graham has worked with Northumbria University to introduce and lead the Geography PGCE for the Teach First programme, where a high percentage of student teachers achieved an outstanding rating upon leaving the course.

“The opportunity to work with the Jigsaw24 education team was too good of an opportunity to miss,” says Graham. “The whole ethos of the company and team around transforming education in schools around the country is one that resonates with me and is in line with my own views on technology in education.”

Want to find out more about how Graham can help schools get the most out of iPad in the classroom? Drop him a line at graham.trick@Jigsaw24.com.

 

How we can help with iPad in education

Jigsaw24 help some 1400 schools across the UK make the most of Apple devices and classroom technologies. As revealed in our 1:1 iPad impact study, some of the ways that iPad has improved learning and teaching across the UK include:

– Stephenson Memorial Primary School seeing a 24% increase in reading test results since 2013.

– 97% of students at Jesmond Gardens Primary School achieving their expected progress in writing.

– Yew Tree Primary School seeing a 26% decrease in absenteeism.

– 94% of students at Churchill Community College say lessons are more enjoyable since introducing iPad.

 

Want to find out more about what our education team can do for you? Get in touch by calling 03332 409 290 or email us at education@Jigsaw24.com. For all the latest education news and tips, follow @Jigsaw24Edu on Twitter or ‘Like’ us on Facebook