Delivering meaningful and timely feedback is an element of teaching I have always been looking to enhance. I give students time to reflect on their feedback and set goals from what they discover, but often I feel many of them
The Device BYOD: The children and parents are given an open choice of which device to bring, although some schools have chosen to limit these to Macs, iSomethings or PCs. This means the teachers can have a range of devices
Everyone has heard tales of a computer suddenly switching off, the owner finding out the files on the machine inaccessible, the techie asking them how they backed up their files, the owner experiencing waves of panic because they never thought
It is coming to that time where the bulbs in the first roll out of interactive whiteboards have begun to dim. Many schools are taking the watery, distorted projection quality as an opportunity to scrap them altogether. I can remember
If you’re one of those teachers who finds that they spend a large amount of time updating, synching, managing apps, transferring photos to be printed and managing all those other fun little side-effects of having iPads, there are some solutions
You may have seen these on products, posters, TV adds and junk mail. These little beauties were invented for you to “scan” the code and it directly takes you to a website, picture, PDF, any sort of file really. BUT
With interactive whiteboards in every second room these days, most teachers are habitually creating content for display, or wish to show off the great things their children are doing with technology. But what about every second room without the IWB’s?