A couple of ideas here to encourage teachers in schools to use digital teaching resources:
1. I heard from Jude Ower (from Digital 2.0) yesterday that a school in Aberdeenshire has different games consoles in each classroom – see this amazing Futurelab report she helped to research that explores the educational properties of gaming – http://bit.ly/2lVCaw
2. Many teachers are really good with ICT, creating engaging digital learning experiences for their students. I would encourage schools to cross skill – perhaps introduce a credit system where teachers that invest time training other teachers will receive some benefits in return.
3. Teachable.net offer free ICT training for teachers – with budget cuts in teacher development this is a great option – along with their collection of resources. See www.teachable.net.
Just in case you have not thought about this before – “digital natives” – i.e. the generation that are at school today are going to engage better with digital delivery rather than text books-based learning. Of course this assumes that the digital plans are created well – something that Teachable and others can help with.