iSupport Learning

A study of technology's impact on learning and teaching. Investigating a range of modern tools and teaching strategies to enhance the learning outcomes of all students. I develop and deliver workshops introducing and progressing the implementation of the iPad, the Apple Mac and associated technologies. I research and publish my findings on how modern tools can transform the way we learn, teach and work. Doug Loader

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Leadership: March to the beat of your own drum

When I was about 14 I was fortunate enough to have drum lessons from an outstanding teacher. Despite being located over an hour away from […]

A few tips to help you transition from Apple Configurator 1 to Apple Configurator 2

I have recently assisted a few schools to get their shared iPads prepared for their students. Although quite familiar with Apple Configurator 1, the change […]

Ever get the feeling your IT team isn’t providing the right support?

You have a clear strategy for the overall success of your school, and this vision is typically supported by your colleagues. It will only ever […]

LEAD Awards

Last week the Catholic Education Office West Australia, gave me an award as part of the LEAD awards for excellence initiative. The LEAD awards recognise projects […]

Register for “A Day to Remember” 2015

I am very excited to be working with Anita L’Enfant from Datacom, this Thursday 17th September, at the beautiful Fairbrossen Estate in Perth. The day […]

Personal Learning Profiles

A few months ago I wrote about the importance of differentiation in the classroom. It was identified that, by providing teaching staff with a wide spectrum […]

The Art of Learning Design

Every month vendors and app developers improve their platforms in response to the needs of the most efficient and proactive teachers, and the lines between […]

Google Drive from an educators perspective

If you use Google Drive for work/school, you will find that keeping all of your files organised, can get out of hand very quickly. As […]

Redefining home security from Canary

The internet of things. This blog is typically reserved for discussion around innovative tools and practices in education. However with the huge impact that the […]

School portal page or ‘jump page’ using Google Sites

Click here to view your schools portal page. This tutorial will show you how to make a great looking ‘school portal’, if you set the permissions […]

The T’s & C’s

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SXSW Festival

Check out the iTunes Festival from SXSW streaming free via iTunes and on the Apple TV If you’re a Soundgarden fan (like me) you can […]