Mr Caffrey

A blog about e-learning and things I have broken then fixed… Including content on Augmented Reality, Chromebooks, ClickView, Frog VLE (FrogOS, FrogLearn), Google Apps for Edu, The Suite & Timetable2Calendar.

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Posts by Mr Caffrey

Local SEO

Local SEO is becoming increasingly important as more and more people use mobile devices for search. It also explains why business owners are desperate to […]

SEO or Search Engine Optimization is the name given to work that makes sure more people find your website in Google and the other major […]

6 Ways to use Jamboard in the Classroom

Click the above image to download a PDF Version. This info-graphic is based on this original blog post from Emma Pass.

Six Great Apps for the ACER Chromebook Tab

This was originally posted on the EdTechTeam Blog. The new ACER Chromebook Tab works just like a Chromebook (and can be managed with a license […]

Getting Started with Google Tour Creator

Visit Tour Creator and press “Get Started” – as this new service rolls out Tour Creator may not yet be available to all accounts and […]

Switching from Awesome Table to Google Data Studio

With the news that Awesome Table wants to charge quite a lot for its services (I don’t mind paying for something great, but the pricing […]

Email All Teachers and reducing teacher spam

As a teacher I get a lot of emails which are for “The teachers of….” but most of the time I don’t actually teach this […]

BETT 2017

This page is all about where I am at BETT 2017, after the event I will update it with the presentations from each session. Before […]


What does it do? Flipgrid is Video question and answer… You record yourself on video asking a question ask a question – then students leave […]

Awesome Screenshot – Chrome Extension

What is it? Awesome Screenshot is a useful chrome extension which allows you to grab screenshots and more usefully sections of screens to use as an […]


What does it do? Back a long time ago when I had to revise I remember making lots of index cards with key words on […]

RM Books

This post was originally written for the Google for Education Blog. As a teacher, I know what a gift reading can be — we all […]

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