Materials Development Task 4: Making connections

This is a new series of blog posts for teachers looking to become materials writers. It aims to help future writers explore topics and issues […]

Use tech to connect pupils from around the world.

I recently was contacted on Twitter by a teacher asking to make a learning link between her class and one in my school: I passed […]

Commitment is good. Connections are better.

Inspiration seems to strike when we don’t expect it, doesn’t it? I was listening to the radio recently and during a commercial break, they played […]

Sticky note inspiration: What kids REALLY need

Think back to what got you into education in the first place. A specific content area or a bent toward a certain age level might […]

Navigating the Networks: 10 Tips to Meet And Bond With the Right People

Who you know is just as important as what you know, so the first step in any career should be building a network. The following […]

Please Share your #michED Stories of Connection

I don’t typically ask for direct help via digital or social media avenues; I’m a traditionalist, and prefer face to face conversations. However, I’ve found […]

Compliment Chairs, Character Building, and Connections

First full week of school finished! I’m exhausted; you know, that “first week of school, dammit why do I do this to myself every year, […]

Missed Connections… #LT15UK

This week I expected to be in London speaking at and attending the Learning Technologies Conference in London. I’ve been looking forward to the trip […]

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