I’m no longer surprised when new media trends turn out to be rooted in decades-old practices. Netprov — networked, improvised storytelling in available media — is a […]
“Data is always lying to you… but, we can fix it, sometimes, maybe.” That’s how Patrick Ball, director of research for the Human Rights Data […]
With an intuitive and user-friendly form builder, Form+ is a service that allows you collect data (including files) easily using web forms. Data is stored in […]
Padlet is a superb tech tool in which a virtual ‘wall’ can be set up by a teacher and then the class can post and […]
I often ask teachers if they use Google Images for the pictures they use in the resources they make for the classroom. The majority of […]
Google Announces Toontastic 3-D: 3… 2… 1… ACTION! With Toontastic 3D you can draw, animate, and...
The Report of the SREB Commission on Computer Science and Information Technology SREB’s Commission...
I am pleased to have been voted in the ‘Top 50 Teacher Websites For Seriously Dedicated Educators’ by Teachers Of Tomorrow organisation. Do check out the […]
Our class topic was ‘Coasts’ and the students certainly enjoyed learning all about their features. I was really pleased when a student, in his own […]
One huge drawback of using Google Classroom has beenthe inflexibility of creating assignments. Everything you assigned had to go to every student. Deliver assignments to […]
We keep saying that technology is just a tool, but what do we really mean? I have a full toolbox out in the garage, but I […]
According to THE Journal, the NINE big Ed Tech trends for 2017 are going to be: Coding Augmented...