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“Matt, his team and network bring a totally unique blend of professional industry technology experience, decades of in class and education leadership with a knowledge of the application of the latest standards in a rapidly changing educational technology landscape. We have teams based globally and they have been able to get advice round the clock for an ever evolving and improving product and commercial offering.”
“I think [International EdTech] considered the contexts for which you were writing very seriously, and your collective knowledge of international schools really helps with projects coming from organizations like mine.”
“I like that there was an audit of our current situation/practices, then during the visit talked with teachers/admin/students, asked the tough questions, pushed people to answer these questions and helped us to form a roadmap for moving forward. This was a great start and look forward to continued work with Matt.”
“Dr. Harris has worked with us to enrich our training and focus it on the most important needs in today’s international schools. His wealth of knowledge and deep understanding of the EDTech world including School needs and challenges will help us better support our customer base in the upcoming years. “
“The fact that we could design the CPD to our own specifications and that Matt was able to deliver sessions that generated genuinely useful curriculum content [was the part of the service I valued the most.] I am very much hoping to enjoy on ongoing relationship with International EdTech to drive forward our digital learning.”
“Many teachers present at the conference commented that Matt’s keynote deepened their understanding of 21st century skills and broadened their vision of the purpose of education. The principals appreciated Matt’s explanation of the three stages of education technology implementation. Curriculum in the 21st century should follow a backward design, with 21st century skills as the end goal, but also incorporating traditional means of assessment.”