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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A Great Way To Use Tech To Help Teachers Meaningfully Engage With Families

Strong parent-teacher partnerships are key to student success in the classroom. In fact, parental engagement is very effective at predicting student achievement. When teachers and […]

Guest Post: Teaching Children Compassionate Ways to Handle Bullies

Children are at risk for being bullied now more than ever before; due to their constant use of technology for socializing and gaming. Beyond the […]

The Curiosity Challenge… full STEAM ahead!

My school is encouraging inquisitive learners and has taken on a project inspired by the Massachusetts Institute of Technology: MIT.  It has huge links with […]

How to Leverage Technology Tools for Tutoring (sponsored post)

The conversation around how technology can enhance education can be a controversial topic, and that carries over into the tutoring industry as well. Virtual tools […]

An excellent online tool for making posters and other graphics

Easel.ly is a great tool for creating amazing posters and infographics online. Have a look at my walk-through video to see if it would be […]

Create a digital classroom with Google Classroom and BookWidgets

The reasons why teachers use technology in their classroom are simple. It saves them thousands of steps to the copying machine, the hassle with it […]

A free, downloadable behaviour reflection form

I have recently been setting up a behaviour management routine for my year group. As part of it, I created a form to encourage children […]

Teaching with 360 Videos

One of my blog posts was recently featured on Edutopia!  If you haven’t checked out this great education website (founded by George Lucas), then do!  […]

A fantastic new idea for searching the internet!

* Sadly Instagrok has closed down.  I will let you know if it opens again InstaGrok is a completely new take on the traditional internet […]

An amazing, online, writing tool (and it’s free)!

I recently stumbled upon StoryBird – a website in which digital picture books can be created. I tried it out in school, and the results […]

Codemoji – Changing the Classroom Coding Landscape

First and foremost:  What is Codemoji? Codemoji demystifies coding and gives students hands-on experience building web pages, animations and much more.  The “emoji” part of […]

7 Websites – Fantastic For Writing Prompts

I really enjoy teaching children to write, but finding news ways to inspire them to think creatively is always a challenge. Luckily, there are many […]

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