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Doing things differently

“The most dangerous phrase in the world is ‘we’ve always done it that way’” – Rear Admiral Dr. Grace Hopper  We’ve all been there at […]

7 ways to use Kami in the classroom 

I regularly share that I believe good edtech in the classroom has three purposes: it enhances learning, supports teaching, and reduces teacher workload. Another key […]

How can school leaders make the best use of their IT infrastructure to be more efficient and effective?

I’ve long shared what I call my Bananarama principle in that ‘It Ain’t [so much] What You Do It’s The Way That You Do It, […]

Online Safety Guide 2023, your perfect support for #SID23

I’m proud that I am able to share with you a recent project I have worked on with colleagues in my part-time role at NetSupport. […]

Why @ClickViewUK might be just the thing you’re looking for in your Primary school

In my work supporting a variety of schools, I have had the opportunity and pleasure to see the implementation and impact of ClickView in several […]

Approaches on How to Save Money and Increase Your Return on Your Investment with Edtech

Originally posted and written as a guest blog for now>press>play here. I have always shared that technology in education is too important (and expensive) to […]

Five #ChatGPT prompts to help Primary school teachers

If you haven’t come across #ChatGPT yet, then what rock have you been hiding under? Every social media platform, news outlet, magazine, blog, podcast and […]

Five ways to promote online safety with your parent community

One of the great things about having your own blog upon which to write is that you are in complete control of what you can […]

Five things to consider when purchasing devices for learning

For today’s post, I thought I’d share something a bit different than just five ways to do something. It’s still something I’m hugely passionate about […]

Five ways to use Microsoft Office to help you reduce your workload

In a world where many (me included) talk about “pedagogy first” approaches to technology in the classroom (one of the reasons why ‘PedTech’ misses the […]

Five ways to use Flippity in the classroom

Popular tool Flippity has lots of useful features to help with a wide variety of teaching and learning tasks. With such a wide range of […]

Five ways to use technology to promote metacognition

There are many ways in which technology can be used in the classroom to help with a wide variety of learning activities. If there’s one […]

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