Here’s a quick look at a book which takes you through the Arduino.
Some notes about this new book, plus information about a special discount to subscribers of the Digital Education newsletter, and a great prize draw coming up.
The recently-published Roehampton University report on the take-up of Computing qualifications by school pupils makes for depressing reading.
Here’s a heads-up about a few changes I’ve made that temporarily caused my email address (email@example.com) to be unavailable.
Here are a few highlights from this year’s FutureFest, which takes place on 6th and 7th July. Lots of AI and ruminating about the future. Looks good.
Here’s hoping the folks in the USA have a great day.
Is the person you’re talking to online who they say they are? Here’s a short video that ou could use to discuss this topic with your classes.
ICT Direct specialises in refurbished equipment that cash-strapped schools should find interesting. Here are a few of their current offers.
This article highlights a few of the articles featured in the current issue of the Digital Education newsletter.
This book looks at the benefits of writing in order to reflect on and improve your practice, and suggests numerous exercises for doing so.
Another information-packed issue of my newsletter, Digital Education, is on its way. There’s a qualifications freebie, news of some brilliant events, and a prize draw, amongst other things.
I’ve updated my list of ed tech-related qualifications. Please read on for details of how to get it.