So the number of universities banning the use of ChatGPT or other AI-driven tools in assessment is increasing. News in the UK has just picked […]

Celebrating longtime Moodler Visvanath and his charity facilitating online classes in Sri Lanka

Visvanath Ratnaweera has served as an engineer and academic for many years, focusing on computing subjects. His very first lessons in computing go back to […]

Streamlining processes and supporting a unique pedagogical framework: Garbí Pere Vergés Schools and Moodle

Founded in 1965 under the Garbí Schools Foundation, the Garbí Pere Vergés Schools is a leading pedagogical model based on the principles laid by the […]

Where should schools spend their money?

In the current economic climate this question has been more pertinent than ever when it comes to a school's investment in ICT and technology. If […]

The crystal ball

Can you  remember what technology was available as a teacher 5 years ago? If you had to develop a 5 year ICT investment plan, would you have […]

Unleashing the power of the cloud

Six years ago after being given my first USB drive by my school, I marvelled at a device the size of a key that could […]

Free LE vs VLE

Schools can no longer get away with being a run down building with a boiler room that Geordie Laforge can barely keep running, with teachers […]

Tech for Africa

53. That is how many used plastic bags I guessed it would take to make a village football, a simple toy made by stuffing used […]

Training on the train: 3 useful tools for professional development

Professional development  for teachers should be an ongoing continuous activity and many teachers take a proactive approach, however there are some teachers who think of […]

When I wish upon a wall: A guide to using Padlet

This week I would like to review an excellent tool called padlet (formerly known as Wallwisher). It is a great and easy to use tool for collecting […]

Remember everything: Using Evernote in education

Evernote is one of those apps that once you use it you wonder how you ever lived without it. I first discovered it in Argentina […]

Would you like to guest blog?

In mid-January I started the blog to try and keep track of and share with the global teaching community all the amazing free products […]

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