5 Big Ed-Tech Problems to Solve in 2020: Q&A With ISTE's Richard Culatta

Teaching students to communicate with intelligent machines, moving from coding to computational thinking, and asking better questions before purchasing tech are top priorities.

AI can speed up your learning, but will it save you time?

Artificial Intelligence (AI) is as scary as it sounds. Yes, it 100% means that robots are eventually going to rise up against us, and give […]

Must-Have Maker and Robot Tech Gifts This Holiday

Are you pine-ing for some new, must-have makerspace gadgets? Or are you ready to spruce up your program with some awesome robots? Don’t HEMlock and HAW around; […]

Do You Have A Software License Management Policy?

It goes without saying that keeping a business compliant with the law is a big responsibility for any owner. But, despite their best efforts, many […]

Thanks for the inspiration Austin! Reflections on #ADE2018

So another Worldwide Institute for ADEs comes to an end and yet again I leave inspired and energised to take the challenge of transforming learning […]

“Tell me about an invention that you don’t like”

I read in the news about a teacher who asked her class: “Tell me about an invention you don’t like.” Here is one of her […]

What do we value in education?

For a while now I have been thinking about education and what it means to me and how it can be changed to really meet […]

Using iPad to enhance Science?

IPad has proved itself to be a great tool in the classroom for many reasons. I still think that there are so many simple applications […]

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 […]

iWork apps, more than meets the eye

Sometimes when you get an app you need to look beyond its initial uses. An app for movie creation could actually be a great app […]

Apple Edu 2018. AR in education

Within the Apple Keynote in March, there was a significant mention of Augmented Reality. A few apps were introduced that showed huge potential for schools […]

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 […]

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