Year 6 Targets

I recently made some year 6 targets.  They are based on the UK National Curriculum key objectives.  I have changed them into child friendly ‘I […]

Music for the classroom

I can never find suitable music to play in the classroom.  It has to be calming, good for concentration, and contain no lyrics. I decided […]

Which Virtual Reality Headset Is Perfect For Education?

Education has moved on from pencils, pens and paper – and onto the virtual age with interactive white boards and tablets. Furthering the frontier of […]

A great lesson, exploring how websites have changed over time

Who remembers the film Space Jam? Believe it or not, the original website, which was created in 1996, still exists! Have a look at it […]

Lesson Planning With Chalk

Chalk is a 5-year-old company that is growing rapidly. It was initially created to help teachers save time on their planning. Our focus has always […]

5 Reasons You Should Read the Free Cyberlearning Community Report

As a computer science teacher who likes staying current with the best ways to integrate useful technology in my classroom, I found the recently published […]

A simple, global connection tool

What do third graders in Pakistan and Arkansas have in common? They’re about to find out. I’m excited to introduce Empatico, a free, online tool […]

An amazing 3D scanning app

I recently discovered Qlone (pronounce clone).  It is an amazing tech tool for the classroom. Have a look at this video tutorial on how to […]

My article for a joint project between TES and the British Council

I recently wrote an article for a joint project between the Times Educational Supplement and the British Council.  It featured a wide range of teaching […]

A great lesson to teach children about #FAKENEWS

Fake news has recently been a popular topic, and teachers need to deal with this important issue in schools. How could you teach it? Start […]

Lesson expectations prompt card – a free download

I recently was at a meeting about what a good lesson looks like – but from solely looking at pupils’ work.  From the main points […]

The perfect website for teaching speaking and listening

If you’re looking to develop speaking and listening skills with your class, noisyclassroom.com is excellent. There’s loads of resources and videos to support you in lessons! Have […]

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