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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Enhancing Cybersecurity in Our Education Systems

Education has drastically changed with the emergence of technology. Approximately 80% of children now have access to a computer at home and start using the […]

Guest post: How to Encourage Your Child’s Interest in a STEM Subject

Hopefully, your kids are getting a great, well-rounded education in a range of subjects like science, technology, engineering, and math at school: but for most […]

How Students Respond to Digital Media in the Classroom

In an increasingly digital age, adults aren’t the only ones affected by technology. Digital media has a tremendous impact on young minds — in fact, […]

Guest post: 4 Powerful Visual Strategies For Teachers

No one can deny the importance of visuals in content creation, digital learning, and promotions. Visuals play a huge role in conveying a message much […]

Guest post: How to learn computer science at a summer school

Computer science is one of the fastest emerging subjects in the world right now and the best thing about it is that there is a […]

2 Great Websites For Teaching Weather

Are you teaching your class about weather?  These websites are amazing, and will really help the children gain an understanding about it. 1) https://earth.nullschool.net/ Show […]

Guest post: How to encourage parents to help struggling students

At some point, every student struggles. Some find it hard in the first year of school, whilst others race ahead of their peers but flounder […]

How to Integrate Online Lesson Plans Into Your Curriculum

With only a few weeks left until the start of the new school year, many teachers are preparing their lesson plans for September and mapping […]

Guest post: Teachers’ time is scarce. What’s wrong and how to change it for good?

Folks who think teachers have it easy working till 3:30, having the whole summer to themselves, are exceptionally wrong. All we know about teachers’ schedule […]

Guest post: Biggest eLearning content trends of 2020 and beyond

If we go by Training Magazine’s prediction about the eLearning industry, it will be safe to say that Online learning is not a small industry […]

Guest post: How to Make your eLearning Course More Interactive

For online students, there’s nothing worse than being subjected to a dull, boring eLearning course. If staying motivated to sit through the course was not […]

Grapevine, Texas’s Lauren Naylor Discusses the Warning Signs of Cyberbullying

There was once a time that bullying only occurred face to face or with passive aggressive notes. There was no internet, social media, instant messaging […]

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