In the 1 to 1 classroom, it is easy to share a screen with the whole class simply by connecting to a projector. Needing to do so, however, does not need to tie you to the four walls of your more »
Between software on student machines and everything the web has to offer, there are limitless possibilities for using the latest learning tools to enhance the learner experience. Great isn’t it? Well, yes. And no.
It is easy to have particular medium in mind when assigning a student project. You may, for example, envisage a PowerPoint or Keynote accompaniment to a student’s oral presentation. This line of thinking makes sense, in that as teachers, we more »
When studying a particular time period or contextualizing a particular concept, alluding to the arts help students have a more rounded picture and engage more of the senses. Fortunately, this has never been easier to do in a seamlessly integrated more »
People in the world of admin or tech integration sometimes muse at the stress many parents feel about their kids technology usage. Their concerns are brought into the spotlight when schools provide or require the technology to students, technology which more »
As convenient as email is, it has its pitfalls too. Here is a short video to help your team reflect on how email is used at your school.