What I learned about edtech in Finland at #SETTFIN

I am very lucky to do what I do. People often say the loveliest things about the work that I do and it’s always very […]

Data, information and knowing your learners

Whether you like it or not data and knowing how to understand, interpret and analyse it is an important facet of the modern educator. There […]

Three areas where edtech can help you and ways to do it

Workload has always been an issue in the teaching profession. Over the years I’ve picked up a few handy hints to help me get through […]

Check out the awesome ‘learning tools’ for OneNote

I’m on a bit of a OneNote mission at the moment, it’s true. The OneNote Class Notebook add-in is simply superb. I wish the features […]

Bloggers’ block – why bother blogging?

I first started blogging in 2009 after being inspired by the brilliant Tim Rylands and Andy Hutt. Since then I have written more than 650 […]

Is IT worth it?

There’s no getting away from it, technology in education can be an expensive business and there are plenty of companies out there ready to get […]

#threequestionsEDU with Bukky Yusuf @rondelle10_b

Thanks to everyone who has checked out the responses to the #threequestionsEDU series so far. With the term starting for many I thought I’d pause […]

Ambassador, you’re really spoiling us!

Many will remember the Ferrero Rocher ad from back in 1993 (apologies for non-UK readers – watch the video below for the reference). It was […]

Some things you should know about school trips…

You may have seen in the news recently that Ofsted’s Amanda Spielman commented that an ““over-cautious culture has developed in our schools”. She went on […]

Teachers – be careful on Twitter!

Ok, so please excuse the sensationalist title. The thing is, I am a huge advocate for using Twitter for personalised professional development. I’ve written about […]

Have a break… have a Twitter break

It’s that time of year again where being a teacher is probably more stressful than ever. Teachers are worrying about how their classes will be […]

3 Ways Leadership Can Inspire Creativity at Work

Elizabeth Gilbert’s most famous work–Eat, Pray, Love–reads something like a fantasy trip: Time for self-reflection; and of course, pizza. But in her newest book, Big […]

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