I know from past experience what next week at Bett will entail, so I've written a program to summarise it....
Read on for an opportunity to purchase this seminal work for a mere 99 cents or 99 pence.
Information about an interesting-looking discussion panel at Bett 2017.
An exclusive review of Bett 2017, even before it's taken place!
Here's a selection of very interesting and articles -- and one book -- about artificial intelligence, and how it does, or may, affect us. It includes a sobering list of jobs which no longer exist, and a debate.
If you're looking for ideas and resources for the new school term, here is a really good resource to get you going.
What some statistics tell us about where (young) people get their news from, and what they do to check whether it's true or not.
Fake news is in the news -- unless, of course, that is not itself fake news! Here's an infographic summarising a generic classroom activity, plus details of how to get a lot more information.
The UK's weekly computing magazine, Micro Mart, has just published its last issue. This article looks at what made it so good.
Here are seven suggestions about how to use cartoons or comics in your classroom -- not an exhaustive list. It contains examples of some of my own efforts (I expect I'll be contacted by the Tate Gallery any time now), and a great video.
The latest issue of Digital Education is a very quick read, with links to articles and resources you should find useful when school starts again. It's out today at 7pm GMT.
Now's a good time to start planning for 2017. Soto help you, here's a list of 8 conferences concerning educaton technology, in the broadest sense of the term.