Blue Light and Your Skin

Recently, I have noticed that some of my favorite skincare brands are coming out with products that protect against blue light. Therefore, I began to […]

Dashboarding and Self Regulation

I have two new devices in my life. The first is my iWatch bought last weekend in LA and the second is my Ford C-Max […]

Incremental Innovations: UX Design to Delight & Transform

I recently brought home a new Surface Pro 4. Opening the package was like unwrapping a gift – each component thoughtfully and elegantly designed, heightening […]

Are Devices Eating your Students Brains?

Children's Games, 1560, Pieter Bruegel the Elder Kristen Bailey recently shared this article:Screentime Is Making Kids Moody, Crazy, and Lazy. Penned by Victoria Dunckley for Psychology Today […]

Five Tips to Creating Your Own Virtual Field Trip

In an earlier post, we introduced four virtual field trips that you could explore. But what if you wanted to create your own virtual field […]

Setting up a device safely for kids

Many kids will be moving in to the new school year with a new device, tablet or computer, or others may simply be lucky enough […]

Reading on Devices- Three Rules

 Monday morning, I was making breakfast when my son asked: "Dad can I read?". "Sure?" I answered quizzically. "No, I mean on the iPad." Here, […]

Technology, But Why?

In education when we talk about using technology it inevitably starts with what resources are available, the training needed to operate them, and how, or […]

My/Your Digital Generation

Summer, we are at the pool, relaxing. My son Asaf (19) looks around the pool eyeing many of adults on their smartphones. Not only adults […]

It is about Play- Digital and otherwise

I think that most early childhood experts in the last few years have been both amazed and annoyed at the "discovery" of the importance of […]

Virtual Garden: Growing in Connection?

Virtual Garden: Growing in Connection? Gardens!  This post is about uprooting my thoughts about our virtual gardens.  Where do you plant your time?  Facebook?  Twitter? […]

My iStick, a review

I was contacted by MyiStick following my presentation at Liz Allton’s TeachMeet Solihull and a recommendation from Liz. Further to a conversation, they said they’d be […]

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