A checklist is one of the handiest tools at your disposal, and won't cost you a penny. How might you use checklists in your Computing or ed tech lessons?
Here is a short selection of articles I've written about ebooks, self-publishing and related matters.
Here's a link to a post containing a comprehensive list of Twitter educational chats, compiled by Simon Johnson.
Here are 5 articles from last week that you may find interesting, covering writing, blogging and education technology.
I believe that there's a fine line between letting people know you're an expert, and displaying too much self-regard. If keeping on the right side of that line proves a bit of a challenge, here are three "rules" that could help.
Fancy writing in Latin? Here's how to do it, without even having to learn the language! Seriously though, if you need to generate placeholder text of the kind used in "proper" publications, there's a shortcut in Word that makes it effortless.
A selection of articles on education technology you may have missed, from last week, last year, and the Digital Education newsletter.
If you still have, or are planning to have, a computer lab, then these 24 things are essential to include.
I've created a crib sheet of 70 types of blog post. These ideas have been selected on the basis of how well they can be adapted to educational blogs -- either the teacher's or the school's.
Read on to find out how to get it.
Here are 7 ideas for encouraging pupils to write stories on Computing and related topics -- and the announcement of a brilliant new and free resource: 70 Kinds of Blog Posts.
Here are links to some articles about Computing and ICT from last week, and one from last year and also information about an article on the subject of teaching Computing in our newsletter.
Just because a laptop, tablet or printer isn't good for general or intensive use any more doesn't mean it cannot serve any purpose at all. Here are a few suggestions you may wish to consider.