Show yourself! Personalise your online feedback

One of the benefits of using digital submission tools like Turnitin, is that it helps to make your approaches to feedback consistent across marking teams […]

The EDTECH Survey 2018 – Results Are In!

Recently, I set up a survey to find out about EDTECH & its use in schools around the globe. Thanks for the hundreds of responses […]

NQT Webinar #3 – “Assessment”

Welcome to the third of our NQT webinars. This one is focused on Assessment and we will be having a pilot with some new webinar […]

AI in ICT4D: Accumulated Advantage, Data Driven Bias, Invisibility, and Ethical Care

Photo by Andy Kelly on Unsplash Reposting here from Panoply Digital. Optimistic Take With artificial intelligence (and perhaps with all things technological), we as humans […]

A New, News Website For Kids!

As teachers, we want our kids to connect with the real world. We want them to understand what’s going on and how it relates to […]

Classroom tech: Geekery not required

There’s that teacher. Maybe she works in your building. Maybe she’s at another school in your district. And she plans and executes these amazingly complex […]

Make easy-to-understand visualizations with Vizzlo

  Everybody gets exposed to about 174-newspapers-worth of data on a daily basis*, but how much of that actually catches our attention? Adults and children […]

8 quotes from Matt Miller’s Ditch That Textbook keynote

Many times, the most memorable parts of a speech come down to a handful of impactful moments. Inspirational quotes. Unforgettable moments. I recently got the […]

Check out this brilliant online safety website from Google

Google has recently produced a fantastic website.  It is fun, interactive and covers everything involving internet safety! It’s called Interland and is completely free. Watch […]

Fighting the battle of copy/paste cheating

It was a simple activity. One that I thought my students would have no trouble completing. In my Spanish 3 class, I had asked them […]

Creating a healthy school culture: 12 small shifts that make a BIG difference

When we talk about school culture we are referring to the attitudes of the school community, the relationships between staff members and beliefs they share. […]

Is there a doctor on this site?

Education is, by nature, cyclic. When talking to my students as they prepare to leave university to start their first jobs, I like to give […]

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