In response to my last blog post, Remote learning: tools and principles, Edpuzzle reached out and asked if I’d like to write a post for
I have written about EDpuzzle a couple of times, but probably not enough. I really love it! I love it even more now that I
A few months ago, I shared my initial experiences of flipping my classroom using my own videos and YouTube. That post can be found here.
A recent blog post by George Couros states that we shouldn’t just bounce back from the coronavirus school closures – we should “bounce forward”. What
This post was inspired by Tim Evans. He shared a very useful tweet that listed tools that are offering free upgrades during this time. However,
As you have probably heard, schools are closed across Hong Kong and mainland China until Monday 2nd March (and even that date is still very
Last year, I published my first list of ten essential Chrome extensions for teachers. In no particular order, that list includes: AdBlock Plus, Full Page
“Flipped learning is a pedagogical approach in which direct instruction moves from the group space to the individual space, and the resulting group space is