EdTech 4 Beginners is one of my favourite blogs to follow. The brains behind it, Neil Jarret, is someone who I enjoy connecting with and learning
Apple has recently released the free Apple Teacher program. I would like to become an Apple Distinguished Educator at some point, but I’m not yet
My students and I used Seesaw regularly throughout last year. You can see my previous posts here. Since then, I have taken a break from
This post was inspired by @YuniSantosa, who blogged about her aim of starting Genius Hour with her students but still hasn’t found the time. As she states,
I haven’t blogged for a while because I’ve been exploring Delhi, Jaipur and Agra (‘The Golden Triangle’, India). I got to see once in a
Are you using Google Chrome? Take advantage of the many extensions that can be downloaded onto your Chrome browser. These extensions are sometimes simple quick
“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
Corey Engstrom is a Californian blogger who interviews teachers from around the world about educational technology and how it can be used to enhance learning.
Back in May, I completed the exam to become a Level 1 Google Certified Educator, after months of working through the online units. I reflected
In a previous post, I outlined my strong beliefs about why teachers should have a reduced workload. I argued that less is more, for several
This is now my third blog post about Pokémon Go. Like I have said before, I believe that it has a place in the classroom due
Tima Nisbet is a valued member of my PLN and an active member of our #pypbookstudy group. Originally from Canada, she is an experienced primary
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.
Those of you who follow my blog or know me professionally know that I love technology and that I’m a big believer in its ability
Last night, my colleague Dickie and I went to our first 21st Century Learning Teach Meet. What a fantastic event! The Teach Meets are regular
In a previous post, I claimed that Pokémon Go was simply too popular to ignore. It has captured the attention of gamers, of all ages, across
On Tuesday (incidentally my 28th birthday), I co-led some differentiated PD about Google Classroom. The aim is to implement it across the whole of the
Seesaw is advertised as ‘The Learning Journal’, and it certainly has that potential. However, just like any educational technology, the impact on learning depends greatly on
When I encourage colleagues to use Twitter for daily inspiration, a common criticism of the platform is that the feed becomes very full! This is
I have spent the majority of this summer in Europe and I’ve watched Pokémon Go grow rapidly in popularity, evident in every city that I have visited.