A program to put Excel on steroids. Loads of utilities that can be applied straight away, no programming involved, and it's free!
Here's an insider's view of what it's like to be a newly qualified teacher in an inner city school.
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If you're told you'll be teaching Computing from now on, but don't feel competent to do so, what practical steps can you take in order to get up and running?
At first sight, it seems bizarre that despite the fact that many teachers urgently need professional development, and time, in order to be ready to teach Computing, headteachers are not always allowing them to attend courses during school time. A business planning approach by ICT leaders in school could help.
I'm in the process of planning a few themed issues of my newsletter, Digital Education. Read on for the low-down.
I'm a great believer in using different kinds of data to measure how well pupils are doing, not all of which are quantifiable in the usual sense.
If you go to at least one conference a year, you should consider using these five apps.
As I always tell people I'm training, never assume anything, never take anything for granted. Here are a few examples that illustrate why not.
The forthcoming issue of the Digital Education ezine features 9 interesting articles. This article gives you the lowdown on three of the topics covered, and how to sign up to it.