It has been an eventful week for teachers in Hong Kong. In an attempt to manage the influenza epidemic, the Hong Kong Education Bureau (EDB) announced
With each Google certification, I have described the process as a journey. It has really felt like that because I started from scratch. Before moving
This morning, I have been using Google Sheets to prepare and organise my weight loss plan. Yes, I’m taking it very seriously so feel free to
We all use the copy & paste shortcuts, probably on a daily basis. If only everything was that simple! Well, it is. Keyboard shortcuts are
In 2016, Tara Martin (@TaraMartinEDU) first had the idea of using Snapchat with her students as a platform for annotating, analysing and connecting with literature.
When I was training to be a teacher, social media was relatively new. Everybody was joining Facebook and many teachers were getting in trouble because
Considering how much I love Google Classroom, it’s surprising that I haven’t blogged about it since September. There have been many great updates since then.
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
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
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
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
My students and I are already fairly familiar with Google Forms (to see how we use Google Forms for peer-assessments, click here). My students are
Have you heard of Minecraft? Of course you have, most likely because your students are infatuated with it! Perhaps not all of them play it, but
When I moved to Hong Kong and to my new school, one of the biggest changes for me was the size of the school. Before
The internet has totally changed the way that we access facts, and the speed at which we can find them. It’s not even a challenge! Google
A couple of hours ago, I completed my Google Certified Educator Level 1 exam, alongside a fantastic team of colleagues (Dickie, Daniel, Julie, Stephanie and Cindy).
The flipped classroom is a buzz term floating around at the moment, but what does it actually mean? Here is a good explanation of it: “By