At VSA, we recently held our first STEAM Day. We’re currently teaching and learning remotely in Hong Kong due to a rise in COVID cases,
Two years ago, I wrote an article for Edpuzzle about how COVID-19 was impacting parts of Asia and how we were forced to teach remotely.
Back in May, schools in Hong Kong were able to reopen (you can read about my experience here). We enjoyed a few weeks of relative
My previous blog post was about video overlay options in iMovie and, since then, I’ve received lots of additional questions about iMovie from enthusiastic educators.
During the period of school closure, our school gifted every student an Ozobot Bit, establishing us as a 1:1 robotics school and, specifically, a 1:1
Hong Kong schools have been open for several weeks already, mostly starting with older students in late May and then gradually for other students in
As mentioned previously, George Couros states that we shouldn’t just bounce back from the school closures, we should “bounce forward”. This idea really resonates with
This is a milestone blog post and I want to do something meaningful and important with it. It’s my 200th post and one year since
I was invited to join the Moving Online Together webinar, jointly organised by Deploy Learning and Unstuck Learning Design. The discussion was about the school
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,
At the beginning of February, I wrote about our contingency plans for the coronavirus school closures in Remote learning: tools and principles. That post is
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