Who is your EdTech icon?

It may be the weekend, but the challenge goes on. On the June 12th we’re asking “who is your EdTech icon?“ I’ll be honest, I’d […]

Who should lead on digital in your school?

Who should lead on digital in your school? It’s a question I’m often asked. Many think it should fall upon the shoulders of the Head […]

A spotlight on Open Education: A nation-wide school without walls

At Moodle, we believe education should be recognised as a fundamental human right and everyone deserves to have easy access to comprehensive, quality education. Our […]

The Very Real Opportunity Of VR In Education In 2020

When we think of Virtual Reality (VR) it is common to think of goggles or headsets. This is the equivalent of thinking telescopes when we […]

Why Students Still Can't Access Remote Learning: How Schools Can Help

Schools are turning to paper packets and other workarounds while laptop orders are delayed and many students still lack internet access at home.

Lockdown – Ep.5 Education Strikes Back

We’re well and truly into the COVID-19 lockdown and closure at the moment, and there doesn’t seem to be any changes to this on the […]

Lockdown – Ep.6 Return of the Learning Designer

The third article in my series on living and working during the 2020 COVID-19 lockdown takes a look at the work learning/instructional design, learning/education technology, […]

Traits of efficient school leadership towards vision of the school

School vision will be achieved on the efficiency school leadership, the school administration need to show accountability towards the structuring of the leadership teams across […]

All about stress and anxiety among school student!

Stress among students can be grouped as a positive stress and the negative stress. Why we call it positive is that certain situation which naturally […]

Why Troubles Are Mounting for Online Charter Schools in Three States

Officials in Illinois, Nevada, and Pennsylvania are proposing to close online charter schools over concerns that they're producing subpar academic results for students.

Lesson idea: the ideal classroom

My secondary class (age 14+, B1) are exploring education in our latest module. We are building up to a ‘design your ideal school’ task. The […]

Innovative Teaching Methods

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