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The ICT Evangelist Podcast – Episode 2 now live!

I was lucky to work at the European iPad Conference just before half term and got to meet some amazing educators while I was there. […]

5 ways to use Plotaverse Photo Animator for iOS in the classroom

Something I often struggle to do is to find meaningful videos to use as backgrounds. A while ago I found a great app which you […]

When were you last inspired and how do you achieve this in your classroom?

We all need inspiration. Sometimes it’s the pay packet at the end of the month which motivates us, sometimes it’s job satisfaction, sometimes it’s a […]

Figment AR for story telling and re-living field trips in iOS

The recent periodic table of iOS apps for AR & VR has been very popular. One of the apps that feature on the table in […]

The ICT Evangelist Podcast – now live, subscribe now!

I am privileged to be able to do the work that I do and meet the amazing educators that I do too. I’ve always felt […]

Bye bye Storify, hello Twitter Moments!

So if you haven’t noticed, Storify is shutting up shop and is now no longer accepting new users with the platform being closed down in […]

The NEW Periodic Table of iOS Apps for AR and VR

One of the most exciting arenas for innovation in education with technology is that of augmented reality and virtual reality. I’ve been a fan of […]

Three areas where edtech can help you and ways to do it

Workload has always been an issue in the teaching profession. Over the years I’ve picked up a few handy hints to help me get through […]

Retrieval Practice Challenge Grid Templates

In keeping with @87History’s popular retrieval practice challenge grids idea and linked post, I created some templates to help people. Retrieval Practice Challenge Grids to use […]

30+ ideas on how to use #MicrosoftEdu in the classroom

A while ago I created a Padlet to curate some ideas for using Microsoft’s tools in the classroom. The Padlet has had some great engagement […]

Check out the awesome ‘learning tools’ for OneNote

I’m on a bit of a OneNote mission at the moment, it’s true. The OneNote Class Notebook add-in is simply superb. I wish the features […]

Making the most of your visit to #BETT2018

BETT week can be really quite gruelling, even on a day visit. I’ve been attending for many years and have the scars to prove it. […]

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