Taking a pupil-centred approach to using multimedia tools in maths and science

Education technology is rapidly evolving. A recent study by NFER, funded by White Rose Education, suggests that a teacher's role is just as important for effective learning outcomes as the technical design of the multimedia resource itself.

But what does the evidence suggest you consider when choosing and implementing multimedia tools in maths and science?

Pupils using tablets in classroom

Poster: Key tips for teachers

A one-page summary of our top, evidence-based tips for you to consider as you choose and implement multimedia resources in the classroom. Ideal for sharing with colleagues or pinning up in your staffroom.
Pupils with teacher around a laptop

Blog: Taking a ‘human-centred’ approach to edtech in the classroom

Read a blog by Lillian Flemons, NFER Research Manager, summarising findings and recommendations from NFER's rapid literature review.
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Full article: Effective use of multimedia in maths and science teaching and learning

Read the full article on the rapid literature review by NFER and White Rose Education.