At the beginning of this week, I was thrilled to find out that many of my students (in Hong Kong) had been following the US
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
I’m excited to announce that I have taken the plunge into the unknown and introduced Genius Hour to my students. We are all absolutely loving
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
My first ever guest post! In response to Our duty as role models, I was challenged by Learning Scientist Dr. Yana Weinstein to find studies to support my
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.
Dickie Wada-Thomas has many years of teaching experience across primary school and is now ICT Co-ordinator. Dickie has two children of his own. Follow him
Another academic year has drawn to a close. Well, kind of. I have five more days to go because I will support our PTA on the annual
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As I briefly mentioned in my previous post, I have recently come across a bit of nastiness on social media. This is commonplace on the
It has been a tough week for me as a new blogger. Suddenly, people disagree with me! I wasn’t expecting this. Up until now, the feedback on
I have been reluctantly chugging away at report-writing this week. The deadline is fast-approaching! I feel totally disengaged with this style of writing! I feel like
My first ever blog post was Twitter: PD at your fingertips. I wrote about my love of Twitter, and how I use it to connect
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).
Since watching Susan Cain’s thought-provoking TED talk (below), I have been meaning to buy her book. I’m so glad that I finally did. The book
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
Exploring a theme through music is not something that I have really done before in teaching, but it is certainly something that I will do
Like I said in a previous post, I believe that a growth mindset should be encouraged in all of our students and we can continually
My name is Adam Hill. I am a passionate and dedicated primary teacher from the UK, now teaching at Victoria Shanghai Academy, a bilingual PYP