Mathe-Mastery: How To Teach Math Virtually, The ‘Shanghai’ Way

Léelo en Español. As we learned last week, British school administrators will start implementing textbooks from Real Shanghai Mathematics, in which seems to be the first […]

The importance of being e-Pedagogical: Reflections on the OECD report on Students, Computers and Learning

Paintbrush by Kristy Johnson via a CC licence The recently released OECD report  Students, Computers and and Learning: Making the connection, seems to have been […]

Our Coding Software is on Every Continent

“Our Coding Software is on Every Continent.” This is a statement we make out of pride, and also amazement at how fast the world has […]

My response to everyone – Don’t bin IT or ban IT, get IT right!

I want to be very clear from the outset… Technology can make a big difference. To students’ engagement. To students’ chances. To students’ outcomes. To […]

More Technology Doesn't Mean More Learning, International Study Finds

Access to computers in classrooms is at an all-time high worldwide, but too much technology translates into poorer learning outcomes, researchers find.

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