Teacher retention is an issue -- and that's an understatement. This conference will look at issues such as teacher motivation, professional development and education as a self-improving profession, to name just three.
It takes place on 4th May 2017.
What is institutional memory loss, why is it important, and what can you do about it?
Here are links to a few articles I've written recently. They cover parental engagement, innovation, how to teach computer programming and, finally, "digitally illiterate and proud of it".
Why does digital illiteracy seem acceptable in education? I think we should have higher expectations, which I have expressed in these seven suggestions.
Well, it's spring again, and time for a good clean-up. Here is a checklist for the ed tech co-ordinator.
Is 'making' really an effective -- or cost-effective -- way of learning programming? Guest contributor Derek Blunt has his doubts.
Is your lesson planning informed by research -- and does it matter anyway?
There's only so much you can do to prevent things going wrong as far as technology is concerned.
Some topics to discuss arising from a recent survey, plus a possible Computing project for your kids.
Why should other teachers get their hands on all that lovely ed tech? You can't tell them not to use it, but here are 11 tried and tested ways to make them not really wish to.
Assessment, Book reviews, Ofsted: just three of the topics covered in the latest issue of our newsletter, Digital Education.
To some extent, the difference between formative assessment and summative assessment is a matter of context and objectives.