Read This Guide to Meeting Students' Individual Needs With Remote Teaching

Instructors teaching remotely should think about how to be flexible and offer students multiple avenues to complete tasks.

Remote Teaching and Learning

As we move to remote instruction for in-person classes, there have been a lot of resources shared for what to do, how best to do […]

Periodic Table of Educational iPad Apps

Periodic Table of Educational iPad Apps

Materials writing news and views, March 2020

One-year anniversary of these posts. Cool! New releases Congrats to Billie Jago, who has authored these practice tests for Cambridge C1 Advanced: This is the […]

Developing Critical Thinkers

Thinking critically is a skill gained through practice. Critical thinking has been listed as a top competency needed by college graduates for career readiness, according […]

Are we robot-proof? New Learning

Preamble I’ve been working through a presentation I gave at university called ‘Are we robot-proof?’ Within this presentation I based my reflections on a few […]

Three ways to promote inclusion and student voice in the classroom

Inclusion can take place in lots of ways in a school setting. Technology can really help with this and in this post, I’ll share three […]

“That’s Not Fair!” The Myth About Assistive Technology

Some label assistive technology as unfair. We hold onto myths about it. In this post, Catherine Day identifies and dispels some of those myths. This […]

Dear teacher overwhelmed by technology …

It's easy to get overwhelmed by all the apps and sites and digital tools. Here are some tips to getting control and moving forward. New […]

How To Deliver Your Online Course

How To Deliver Your Online Course Hi I love you. Huh?  We don’t really know each other that well do we……   When I first started […]

Wikipedia First: New Rules for Online Research

A recent article in Wired revisited how attitudes toward Wikipedia come face to face with the reality of Wikipedia. It is the world's eighth most visited […]

10 tips for lesson planning writer’s block

Lesson planning is hard -- especially when the ideas aren't flowing freely. Here are some tips for overcoming lesson planning writer's block. It's the end […]

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