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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Posts by EDTECH 4 BEGINNERS

5 Effective Tools for Improving Classroom Engagement

Using the latest technology is a sure way of keeping students engaged in a class. As a teacher, if you want your students to show […]

EZCheck.me – QR-based attendance tracker for the hybrid learning age

We’ve all been there: the need for tracking attendance at the beginning of the lesson is a true hassle that nobody wants to deal with. […]

Guest Post: Top 5 Software To Create Fantastic Slideshows Easily

If you take pictures constantly and share them with your friends or family members, then sharing them in their original state may be a bit […]

Guest Post: How Can I Find Assistive Tech?

Whilst arguably Assistive Technology is not going to resolve a learner’s challenges, which they may face daily in both their educational and home environment, it […]

Guest Post: How to Improve Spelling?

Believe it or not, but spelling is still important! Moreover, spelling skills are frequently used to evaluate you as a person. A few years ago, […]

Coaching

In my role as Year 4 Leader, I have decided, this year, to research and undertake ‘coaching’. ‘Teacher-centered coaching refers to a coaching strategy that is focused on teacher actions in […]

Guest post: The Classroom Goes Hybrid

People have been discussing distance learning for years. However, educators have now been forced to suddenly adopt remote instruction because of the ongoing pandemic. Faced […]

Is an Online Degree Worth It?

You can’t predict what life is going to throw at you. As a result, we have to be prepared tocompromise, as the path that we […]

Guest Post: 4 Reasons Why Minecraft is great for teaching coding for kids

Albert Einstein once said: “Education is not the learning of facts, but the training of the mind to think.” The saying is true, especially when […]

Guest Post: How Augmented Reality Tackles the Challenges of Distance Learning

Over the past five months we have all had to learn how to balance our lives around the pandemic in order to maintain a certain […]

RecordCast – An Easy-to-use Screen Recorder to Create Video Lessons and Tutorials

The use of video is interesting in more ways than one. This makes it possible to produce presentation videos, tutorials or training sessions to transmit […]

Guest Post: Benefits of E-learning For Teachers

The advancement of technology has had a noticeable impact on education. There has been a revolution that has had an impact on the conventional classroom […]

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