Janice Prandstatter

Janice Prandstatter

Janice Prandstatter is a Teaching and Learning Consultant for Promethean in the UK and Ireland. Janice’s education career includes a background in Early Childhood Education and Primary Teaching qualifications. After teaching at a Primary school in a socially deprived area of Edinburgh, Janice was seconded to the local authority as a Primary ICT Development officer. Within her role at Promethean Janice is able to use her knowledge of child development, experience in the classroom, understanding of the everyday pressures of teaching and expertise in education technology to design, implement and lead a variety of CPD opportunities for educators. She has a keen interest in social media and can be found in the Twittersphere both at @JanP65 and @PrometheanUKI.
  • World Cup Lesson Plans

    by - Jun 12, 2014
    Here are a few lesson ideas from teachers that will harness World Cup enthusiasm, and could be used for other events, too. Geography – Andy Knill – Geography PT, Bower Academy,...
  • Interactive Displays in Early Years Classes

    by - Apr 29, 2014
    Interactive whiteboards, and more recently touch panels, have become commonplace in early years and infant classrooms as a more accessible technology for younger learners than a conventional computer. Touch displays can...
  • Continued Professional Development

    by - Mar 17, 2014
    Teachers’ time has always been at a premium. Despite best intentions, lesson planning, preparation and evaluation often end up outside of contracted working hours, and in personal time. On top of...