Adapting and Thriving in the Digital Classroom With Philippa Wraithmell

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Join us for an engaging discussion with Philippa Wraithmell, founder of Edruption Education. From a teenager in Nottingham to a trailblazer in educational technology, Philippa’s journey is remarkable. She shares how her father’s inclusive values and her mother’s mental health struggles influenced her approach to motherhood and career, emphasizing kindness, acceptance, and happiness.

Philippa’s move from the UK to the Middle East saw her transition from design technology teacher to Ed Tech leader, turning schools into digital learning hubs. She discusses the challenges and successes of achieving Apple Distinguished School status and how the COVID-19 pandemic accelerated digital education. Philippa’s story is about resilience, overcoming imposter syndrome, and her journey to becoming an independent consultant.

Learn how Edruption Education supports educators with digital strategies, parent workshops, and more, all aimed at effectively integrating technology into the educational landscape. Tune in for an inspiring conversation on innovation, courage, and the future of learning.

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