Just before Bett 2018 I invited ed tech companies to suggest what was likely to be on the horizon in 2018, and what the main challenges would be. Now that we're over three months into 2018, how are those predictions standing up to scrutiny?
If you want to make a good impression on teachers, here's what you should bear in mind when giving a talk.
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How do you encourage pupils and students to think critically in the context of educational technology? Although we can devote a lot of time and energy to setting up the "right environment", I can't help thinking that really it all comes down to some pretty simple questions, and very straightforward approaches.
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Two great books are available to be won in a prize draw. Read on for details of eligibility to enter.
Do we really need to be obsessed about our social media following? Not necessarily, IMHO.
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Important news for subscribers to my newsletter, Digital Education
A collection of hopefully useful links for the ed tech teacher.
If part of your job is to encourage other teachers to use technology in their lessons, this article, based on my own experiences, may help.
If you're observing a lesson, here are seven questions to ask the pupils.