Although this book is aimed squarely at teachers in Further Education, I think it would be a useful resource for school teachers too, and even university lecturers.
Here are some articles you may have missed in the past week or so. Topics featured include inspection, book reviews and Word macros.
Here is a big data infographic I produced in 2014.
An expensive mishap concerning my laptop led to my buying a Thule laptop bag. Here's what I think of it.
If ICT or Computing is inspected in your school, what attributes would you like the inspector to have?
A well-structured book that will prove a handy reference in the secondary classroom and beyond.
Derek Blunt takes issue with inspectors' jargon.
Here's a collection of articles you may have missed, on a variety of subjects including Brexit, Master teachers and ebooks.
While not specifically concerned with Computing or education technology, this is a very useful book for students undertaking research in journals.
It's very important to cover the Computing curriculum in a way that relates it to what is actually going on in the real world. Here are two more discussion topics to help you to do that.
You can't just give kids half a term to solve a problem and expect them to be able to just get on with it. This article suggests a simple approach that will help them get used to working on projects.
Education research in general, and education technology research in particular, are notoriously badly reported in the press. Why is that the case. Read on to find out how to download my free research report into this, discussing seven factors that account for this phenomenon.