Using ultrafast broadband

Ultrafast broadband is transforming learning and teaching. Here are a few ways to use it in your school.

Ultrafast broadband brings classrooms up to speed with digital learning, transforming what, where and how education is delivered. With ultrafast broadband, there is flexibility in how teaching is delivered.

The potential is far-reaching for teaching and learning. Ultrafast broadband gives students and teachers fast, powerful internet access through school computers and their own devices.

Any number of students at a time can connect with a huge and constantly growing pool of educational tools and resources. They can connect with other students around the country and the world for collaboration and self-directed learning. Your school can connect as many devices as you want, and offer ‘BYOD’ (bring your own device) so students can use tablets and smartphones for learning.

Teachers can connect with their peers worldwide, sharing and developing their resources and methods.

How students and teachers can utilise this better connectivity is limitless. The connection is better quality, and possibly faster, than students’ home connections. Ultrafast broadband provides the capacity for more connections in your school.

A connection to ultrafast broadband takes teaching possibilities further

With ultrafast broadband, you can share your connection with your community. There are some provisions you need to know about.

Sharing your wireless broadband with your community


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