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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The perfect tech tool for teachers

I recently discovered a brilliant website – excellent for classroom teachers. Have a look at my video walk-through: Have a go and let me know […]

A Range of Free, Downloadable, Writing Templates

I’ve made some writing frames, which are completely free to download (just right click and ‘save image as’, or find high quality PDFs by clicking […]

Cloud QR: A classroom friendly app to create QR codes

Working with QR codes in the classroom can be both fun and powerful. There are plenty of really useful areas where QR codes can enhance […]

Virtual Worlds For Higher Education: The New Real-World Classrooms

When you think of virtual reality the first thing to come to mind probably isn’t education, it’s more entertainment! Well, one of the fastest growing […]

An article for TES: 3 exciting ways to use scannable technology in your school

I recently wrote for the Times Educational Supplement (TES).  The article was about integrating scannable technology in schools.  It is surprisingly easy to use and […]

10 Top Cooperative Learning Strategies (and some tech tools that could come in handy)

Dr Spencer Kagan is a renowned educator who changed the way the world viewed teaching.  He is mainly known for his work on cooperative learning […]

Speaker at the Global EdTech Summit 2017

I am very happy to have been asked to present at the Global EdTech Summit 2017. I have no doubt that it will be an […]

Guest post: The PYP Exhibition – A Narrative

​In PYP, just like in life, it’s the journey which counts much more than the destination. Reaching the destination is but a small event, amidst […]

4 Great Websites To Use In Reading Lessons

I have compiled a handy video, showing you my favourite websites for when I am teaching reading.  The websites are all completely free and I […]

An All-in-one Tool to Assist Student Learning from Every Angle

When searching for tools to enhance learner productivity, I stumbled upon Creativity 365. I wanted to find an all-in-one set of tools that suited every […]

A great holiday activity for your class (a free, adaptable template included)

I recently created a really good activity which will motivate your pupils to read over the holiday. It’s called ‘Holiday Reading Bingo’. Basically, add 16 […]

A Better Way To Teach Programming?

It’s no secret that learning to code has massively increased in popularity over the past decade. A quick peek at Google Trends gives you an […]

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