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Practical ways on where to get advice, support and ideas for your school

Getting support, advice and inspiration for the myriad of different aspects of school life can be a difficult task. Breaking away from your local authority […]

Edval to add value to your curriculum

It’s that time of year again where school timetablers are starting to get themselves ready for the forthcoming year. Coupling that with the balancing act […]

Adobe launch Adobe Spark (FREE) for Education

If you’ve met me or read anything I’ve written in the last few years, it will most likely have featured either something I’ve made using […]

Add a hyperlink!

There are so many different ways to be productive when using a keyboard and typing into your computer. One of the best ways to be […]

Scanning pens for exams and in the classroom

As we approach the exam season, SEN/ALN coordinators across the land are going to be getting things in place ready to support those learners with […]

Educator collaboration made this free book possible

A few months ago I wrote about Book Creator and how they have opened up collaboration on their online Chrome based platform for Book Creator. […]

The importance of listening

“There is as much wisdom in listening as there is in speaking – and that goes for all relationships, not just romantic ones.” – Daniel […]

Research-informed ways of using #edtech to help learners revise effectively

I’ve long shared that effective use of technology to support learning doesn’t mean using flashy tools. Using fantastic tools that can create amazing things can […]

Five things you can do to make the most of gained time

I always remember looking forward to getting some gained time once my Year 11s and 13s had gone. Making the most of that time though […]

Data, information and knowing your learners

Whether you like it or not data and knowing how to understand, interpret and analyse it is an important facet of the modern educator. There […]

Ten things every educator should be able to do with their iPad

When I reflect back to early versions of iOS and the workarounds that teachers and students used to have to jump through hoops to complete […]

Padlet’s going paid and here are some alternatives

For as long as I can remember, I’ve loved Wallwisher, or Padlet as it’s better known now. Even right back in 2010 it took pride […]

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