This is a round-up of four articles consisting of useful tips and tools for writers who use modern technology.
Rubrics look like an easy way to tackle assessment. But they can be deceptive in that respect, and can cause the unwary to slip up.
What are the 5 most viewed items on the ICT & Computing in Education website? To find out, I trawled through the archives and the data. The answer to that question surprised me. I wonder if it will surprise you as well.
A really engaging exploration into the development of AI and the problems it has had to grapple with.
In ICT and Computing, the simplest programs are often the most elegant and efficient.This is just one example of a "rule" of opposites that seems to pervade everything.
In this very incisive article, teacher William Lau discusses 5 mistakes he has made when teaching Computing, in the light of experience, research and reading.
I've been thinking about, doing, and running courses in the art and science of assessing what kids know, understand and can do when it comes to Computing and ICT for a long time. Here are 12 things I've learnt.
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?