UK based bodies such as ‘Tablets for Schools’ and ‘The E-Learning Foundation’ believe every child should have access to tablets and apps in their learning environment and aim to improve education through use of technology. These no-profit organisations conduct studies to help teachers and educators make informed decisions about the use of tablets and apps in educations and help them provide the right infrastructures, aptitude and attitude to make the most out of the innovations available to them. Tablets for Schools in particular say their findings back the assertions made earlier about students finding learning more engaging and motivating with tablets involved. Even more usually disruptive children are taken in by the immersive nature of the technology and are less problematic as a result. Pupils feels in closer contact with their teachers, more able to discuss problems, more confident and social media is also more readily available. Parents also noticed the increase in the motivation and creativity of their children. Although initially concerns were raised, primarily about the cost of such schemes and safety issues, trials across Scotland and Wales have consistently allayed these fears due to the amount of concrete benefits and the lack of reported incidents.

UK based bodies such as 'Tablets for Schools' and 'The E-Learning Foundation' believe every child should have access to tablets and apps in their learning environment and aim to improve education through use of technology. These no-profit organisations conduct studies to help teachers and educators make informed decisions about the use of tablets and apps in educations and help them provide the right infrastructures, aptitude and attitude to make the most out of the innovations available to  them. Tablets for Schools in particular say their findings back the assertions made earlier about students finding learning more engaging and motivating with tablets involved. Even more usually disruptive children are taken in by the immersive nature of the technology and are less problematic as a result. Pupils feels in closer contact with their teachers, more able to discuss problems, more confident and social media is also more readily available. Parents also noticed the increase in the motivation and creativity of their children. Although initially concerns were raised, primarily about the cost of such schemes and safety issues, trials across Scotland and Wales have consistently allayed these fears due to the amount of concrete benefits and the lack of reported incidents.

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