I.P organises half year long (18 week) Visual Technology projects between schools in the UK and / or internationally.
The educational programs consist of a main central theme, for example: ‘Innovation in Visual Technologies’ and each school works on a large portion (of up to 80%) of that overall project, independently. Every 3 weeks, I.P liaises with each of the schools that are working on these sections and provides guidance on how the other school is progressing and approaching their work.
The result is that between 1-6 schools work collectively on a centralised project in order to create something that is individualised for them and their community, whilst contributing to a project that establishes links with another school in another country.
At the end of the yearlong Visual Technology projects, schools often create a large presentation and have a video conference session with their collaborator school to share insights and best practices.
Teachers at each school have the opportunity to work on other emerging technology and neuroscience based projects with schools that NeuroHeadway, our sister company, collaborates with as well.