Plagnets Assessment

The following resources are YouTube videos I found via twitter on how to utilize Plickers within the Physical Education Classroom! The gentlemen: Mike Gincola and […]

Edval to add value to your curriculum

It’s that time of year again where school timetablers are starting to get themselves ready for the forthcoming year. Coupling that with the balancing act […]

Add a hyperlink!

There are so many different ways to be productive when using a keyboard and typing into your computer. One of the best ways to be […]

Educator collaboration made this free book possible

A few months ago I wrote about Book Creator and how they have opened up collaboration on their online Chrome based platform for Book Creator. […]

Ten things every educator should be able to do with their iPad

When I reflect back to early versions of iOS and the workarounds that teachers and students used to have to jump through hoops to complete […]

What’s the secret of success while innovating? | Motivation, Courage, Engagement, NEVER Give UP…

. . What’s the secret of success while innovating? I hear you screaming already: I would like to be innovative, I even have some ideas […]

Padlet’s going paid and here are some alternatives

For as long as I can remember, I’ve loved Wallwisher, or Padlet as it’s better known now. Even right back in 2010 it took pride […]

NEW and UPDATED Periodic table of iPad apps for Primary aged pupils for iOS 11

I was working this week at the JESS school in Dubai with former periodic table collaborator and good friend, Steve Bambury. We used the previous […]

Unio by Harness ® a tool for interactive lessons and real-time feedback

There are so many companies out there trying to vie for your attention as a teacher, middle leader or senior leader. Education is big business […]

Figment AR for story telling and re-living field trips in iOS

The recent periodic table of iOS apps for AR & VR has been very popular. One of the apps that feature on the table in […]

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 […]

30+ ideas on how to use #MicrosoftEdu in the classroom

A while ago I created a Padlet to curate some ideas for using Microsoft’s tools in the classroom. The Padlet has had some great engagement […]

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