EDTECH 4 BEGINNERS

A website featuring top educational technology ideas for the classroom. Neil Jarrett, the author, is a year 6 teacher and maths coordinator at an international school in Bangkok, Thailand. He is originally from London, UK and was recently awarded a Master of Education with Distinction.

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This amazing tech tool helps pupils, who are new to English, access learning

Google Translate now works in real time! It has been an invaluable resource for pupils in my class, who have English as an additional language. […]

A new adventure teaching abroad

After 5 years here, it’s my last week teaching in Thailand. I’m very sad to leave such an amazing place. I will really miss my […]

A lesson, focused on character description, using an excellent app

I recently did a lesson which had a focus on character description.  For my starting point, I used the short film, ‘Junk’.  You can find […]

5 Tips For Setting Up a Class Virtual Reality Kit

  With technology rapidly enhancing, it is no wonder why virtual reality is starting to become a popular educational method. It can be challenging to […]

20 Ways Projectors Improve Learning in the Classroom

Chalkboards can’t compete. They don’t inspire young minds tuned in to digital channels across multiple devices. Put educational technology front and center in today’s classroom, […]

5 Fantastic Websites For English Teachers

I recently made a video, featuring 5 excellent websites for English teachers. The sites are all packed full of useful resources and teaching tips.  Watch […]

YouTube Kids: A fantastic resource whilst keeping children safe online.

YouTube Kids is a fantastic app! Watch my video tutorial below to see how it works – it’s really simple to set up. Have you […]

E-Safety: A free poster for your classroom / computer room

I recently made an e-safety poster using the Canva.  You can find my tutorial explaining how to use this excellent tech tool HERE. Please feel free […]

Robotics Is Incredibly Engaging With Lego Mindstorms!

A team, who are experts at robotics, recently visited my school to show how straightforward, creative and fun robotics can be. The team used Lego […]

Guest Post: A Technophobe’s Guide to Modern Teaching

There’s lots of talk about how technology can lead students to be reliant on technology, impeding their love for knowledge. They also argue that using […]

The global phenomenon of e-learning courses.

The internet has opened up a whole world of possibility where business is concerned, and eCommerce is the key to any successful business enterprise. The […]

Consider a classroom ‘flip’

Teachers are very good at multi-tasking — responding to different needs of different educational levels and demands of a range of children in their classroom. Even […]

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