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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Fidget Spinners CAN be a fantastic teaching resource!

With the craze of fidget spinners, sweeping through classrooms all over the world, I thought there must be a way to use them as a […]

STEM Project: When Minecraft Meets Google Streetview.

Google Street View is amazing. It allows you to walk the streets of the world and view amazing artefacts and monuments. Minecraft is a tool that […]

Bird Beak Adaption Investigation

In science, a recent investigation I undertook with my class was into bird beak adaption. Why are they different sizes?  Shapes?  Strengths? To find out, […]

Stop Motion in Science Learning: A New Method to Learn STEM Topics Through Play.

The Cut N’ Learn team’s idea is to provide ready-to-go stop motion kits to children, with which they can create spectacular scientific animations in a […]

Blended Learning – How to Make it Work in the Classroom.

In spite of the fact that online education has been massively developing over the last decade, we cannot deny the fact that the majority of […]

Ten Quick Questions: A Fantastic, Free Mental Maths Tool.

Ten Quick Questions is a free program you can download on your computer. It looks quite dated, but is still an excellent tool to use […]

Everything You Need To Run A Whole School Maths Mastery Event

I recently organised an event in my school:  ‘Mastering Maths Day’.  The aim was to encourage further embedding of ‘mastery‘ activities in everyday maths lessons […]

Padlet as a Literacy tool for Parallel Discussions.

I’ve long been interested in seeing the use of technology in the classroom as an almost invisible tool, a stage for which the children and […]

‘Choose your own’ adventure stories using Google Slides.

Are you looking for an interesting way to encourage your class to write?  ‘Choose your own’ adventure stories worked brilliantly for me! What is this […]

How To Develop A Maker Mindset.

Having a ‘maker mind’ can be an asset to an individual as it comes with a lot of perks such as being able to create […]

7 Great Ways to Use Google for Education

In this computerized era, Google is the most commonly used tool in everyday life; from starting a day with Google News to saying good night […]

What is STEM and what is STEAM?

STEM stands for Science, Technology, Engineering, Maths and STEAM stands for Science, Technology, Engineering, Art and Maths. Image courtesy of idp.com Why are they important? […]