Learning in Quarantine – Part Two

With School Closed… Part Two This post was originally posted on the 15/03/2020 on the Independent Thinking blog here. Following on from the previous blog I […]

A Just Cause

I’ve been reading Simon Sinek’s “The Infinite Game” during my morning reading session with my sixth formers.  Occasionally, I’ll read excerpts to them as it’s […]

Top five things to ask #edtech vendors at #BETT2020

With Bett upon us, it’s a great time to be thinking about what next for education technology. As you would expect, there has been a […]

AppVent Calendar Day Twenty-Two – Own It!

Good morning and welcome to Day Twenty Two of the AppVent Calendar! Today’s app, I think, is very timely as many parents look to satisfy […]

AppVent Calendar Day Five – NetSupport School

Welcome to this, the fifth day on the #Appvent calendar. Today’s entry is none other than NetSupport School! NetSupport School, for me, is the perfect […]

AppVent Calendar Day Six – OneNote Web Clipper

Welcome to this, the sixth day on the #Appvent calendar. Today’s entry is none other the OneNote Web Clipper! Technology often works best when it […]

Guest post: How to learn computer science at a summer school

Computer science is one of the fastest emerging subjects in the world right now and the best thing about it is that there is a […]

Adobe bring project sharing and collaboration to their popular Spark suite

It’s no secret that I’m a huge fan of the Adobe Spark suite of tools I’ve written about them and shared ways in which they […]

Tools to help create dual coding influenced resources

As many will know, Dual Coding is definitely in vogue right now. I’m not going to sit here and echo chamber the great work being […]

What a good one looks like #edtech50

I’ll pre-empt this post by saying, every school that I visit is special. I am very fortunate to have the job I have. Last week […]

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 […]

Activities for Computer Science Education Week

Computer Science Education week is December 4-10, and the annual ‘Hour of Code’ event will be in full swing. Hour of Code started as a […]

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