I’ve updated my list of ed tech-related qualifications. Please read on for details of how to get it.
The Roehampton Annual Computing Education Report has been published. Read on for more information.
There are too many people saying teachers aren’t necessary, or that we don’t need them to have any initiative, much less knowledge. They are wrong.
I’ve created an infographic on this topic. Read on for more details.
I’ve started to read this book, and so far it’s very interesting. I’ll be reviewing this and several others in my newsletter, Digital Education. I’ll also be running a prize draw to win a copy of Reflective Practice. Read on for more information.
Digital Education past issues are now starting to become available. Read on for details.
Dinosaurs in the Wild is a fascinating virtual reality experience. Well worth going to if you can, especially if you can take some pupils with you. It’s a great educational experience.
Another subscriber to my newsletter, Digital Education, has won a book. More information soon.
What does a book on vocabulary have to do with teaching Computing? Believe it or not, Closing the Vocabulary Gap has some useful information and insights for the ed tech teacher. Read on for the review, and how you can enter a prize draw to win a copy of the book.
The next issue of my newsletter, Digital Education, is almost ready. Here’s a list of what it contains. One of the features is a prize draw to win a copy of Closing the Vocabulary Gap by Alex Quigley. Woohoo!
Join us for what is looking to be a great conference: discussion, debate, disagreement — what more could one want?! Read on for details.
Shadow IT is the name given to the situation in which employees use their preferred software rather than the officially-approved software. This article is written from a business perspective, but I’ve included it here because I think it highlights many of the issues involved, and provides an interesting perspective. Much of what is said could be applied to an educational environment.