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Posts by ICTEvangelist

Why the #PedTech narrative misses the mark

There are a few people who won’t like what I’m going to say in this post, some may even see it as a personal attack, […]

The changing face of CPD and what it (should) mean for schools and providers

Thankfully, the face of CPD in education (that’s Continuing Professional Development, with the emphasis on the Continuing element) has been changing in recent years. I’ve […]

The Top Four QR Code Generators for Teachers and Students

I’ve written a number of posts about QR codes over the years such as this one and this one, including ideas for their use in […]

The best four #edtech tools educators can easily use to create resources for teaching and learning

Like it or not, making resources is part of the bread and butter of being a teacher.  Sometimes it involves making an explainer video, sometimes […]

Why “touch” in the digital classroom?

There are lots of reasons why touch devices have been so popular and successful as learning devices in the classroom.  Their functionality and responsiveness have […]

Generative learning, retrieval practice, #edtech and the importance of #sequencing

In a recently made available study on sequencing, Roelle, Froese, Krebs, Obergassel and Waldeyer shared some interesting highlights in their paper “Sequence matters! Retrieval practice […]

Why ask your learners to work on the edtech in a non-edtech lesson, when the edtech can work for you?  

I’ve long been a fan of Adobe Creative Cloud Express (formerly Adobe Spark and still completely free for education) and with their relatively recent updates, […]

Free webinar series and resources designed to help schools with #edtech

My work with schools most commonly focuses on a number of key areas. Primarily it is based on teaching and learning with technology, purposeful and […]

Book Review: So, you want to learn how to code?

Teaching coding isn’t easy, I know, I did it for many years. It was particularly difficult for me because, like many teachers of ICT and […]

Five simple ways to use edtech to support oracy in the classroom

Speaking and listening is the cornerstone of any classroom (and if not, why not?!) but how can technology help with oracy? Activities such as role-play, […]

What are the pillars of your #DigitalStrategy?

In historical and religious terms, pillars have often represented the bridge between heaven and earth. If you visit some of the great Cathedrals across Europe, […]

Evidence-informed strategies with #edtech that work

Anyone who knows my work in education and technology will know that it always starts with either the pedagogy or how it can improve systems […]

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