Week 3 #8weeksofsummer Blog Challenge 2020

What teachers missed the most during #RemoteLearning was the proximity to their students. When distanced from students teachers could identify real barriers to learning. #8weeksofsummer […]

Week 2 #8weeksofsummer Blog Challenge 2020

When a teacher can relax, really relax, it will be epic after the way the 2020 school year ended. #8weeksofsummer || Week 2 Blog Prompt […]

Finding Time

Since March 23rd I have, like just about everyone else not classed as a key worker, been working remotely. That means at home. Let’s be […]

Suggestions for Blogging

https://unsplash.com/photos/O_CLjxjzN3M Writing.  Creativity.  Time.  Lot and lots and lots of time.  Simply because there is more free time now, does not mean that everyone is […]

Join the 2020 #8weeksofsummer Blog Challenge

It is time for the 2020 #8weeksofsummer! Educators just experienced this entirely new way to end the school year – and it should show! We […]

Blog, ‘Cast, Engage!

How are you showcasing student accomplishments in your classroom now? One great way to do so combines video, audio, and text in a simple interface. […]

Adsterra Ad Network Review 2020

In today’s article, we will try to objectively review Adsterra Ad Network in 2020. Adsterra review is a leading digital advertising company offering solutions to […]

Staying focused

After I hit publish on my last post, ‘You are here!‘, I realised I’d missed a few things that are just as important as how […]

Hirameki with young learners (via Emily Bryson)

A very quick post to say thanks to Emily Bryson! She recently shared this interesting post on using the Japanese art of Hirameki as way […]

The State of #EdTech, 2020

At the end of 2019, a call was put out by the folks over at EdTechDigest for comments and insight into what industry and education […]

52 things I learned in 2018

Inspired by Tom Whitwell annual collection of things learned, here are my ’52 things I learned in 2018′. No explanation or context of what it […]

What is Important?

A few years back, graphing calculators were introduced almost universally to math classes across...

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