5 great things to try with Apple Clips this year

Apple Clips has been around for a few years now. It’s a clever app for iPad and iPhone for making short video clips that can […]

Lotta Lara: Improve Oracy and Reading Fluency

“We’re doing something called Lotta Lara,” remarked an elementary teacher. I stared at her in puzzlement. “I don’t know what that is.” “Well, I know […]

#AppventCalendar Day Five – @anchor, by @PhuHua

Welcome to Day Five of the Appvent Calendar 2020! As we’ve alluded to in all of the entries so far on the Appvent Calendar 2020, […]

AppVent Calendar Day Nine – Chatterpix Kids

Welcome to Day Nine of the Appvent Calendar. Today’s featured app is one that I’ve been using in one way shape or form for a […]

A great free VR app for iOS that can help with oracy, presentations and more

One of the reasons I started organising Teachmeets many moons ago was because I wanted to give myself the opportunity to present in front of […]

A great VR app for learners and teachers alike!

There are many reasons why I love Teachmeets; the learning, new ideas, networking, a chance to win a prize – there are lots of them. […]

Oracy in the curriculum and how technology can help

There’s no getting away from it, oracy is an essential skill. It is something that can be taught and there’s a pretty firm evidence base […]

Yakit Kids for simple explanations and oracy

If you aren’t aware of Yakit Kids, where have you been? Yakit Kids is a free iPhone (which works on iPad) app that is super […]

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