I'm currently working on the next issue of Digital Education, a free newsletter that is now in its 17th year. Some of the items it will contain (I hope) are:
- Recent reports on Computing in England, and the e-safety Green Paper consultation which comes to an end on 7th December.
- Commentary on the latest budget as far as it affects education.
- Book reviews, and a prize draw for a new book for teachers of Computing.
- A special offer from Routledge.
- A spreadsheet 'special'.
- Observations on lesson observations.
- Various other bits and bobs.
I'll be experimenting with a different format, which will make the newsletter less like War and Peace and more like Readers' Digest.
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I’ve just run another prize draw for my newsletter, Digital Education. If you’re interested in the tool I used to select the winners, read on.
Details of a chance to win a great book. Two copies of each of Living in a Digital World and Teacher’s Guide to Tech are up for grabs! Read on for details — competition closes tonight (2nd December 2018) at midnight London, UK, time.
Here at Freedman Works we’ve been throwing in ideas, reports, books, magazines, blog articles and pictures into the writing machine I invented some time in 2017, and out has popped the latest issue of Digital Education. Read on for a taster of what’s in it.
There are four books to be won in the next issue of Digital Education. There are also a few pretty useful articles and bits of information. Read on to find out more.
As a complement to my series of articles about my worst training days, I’ve started a series about my best ones. I believe we can learn from both sorts. In this article, I relate an experience of running a twilight training session for a secondary school science department.
This is one of a current spate of books about the in-built bias found in many automated processes.
This article highlights a few of the articles featured in the current issue of the Digital Education newsletter.
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 started to read this book, and so far it’s very interesting. I’ll be reviewing this and several others in my newsletter, Digital Education. I’ll also be running a prize draw to win a copy of Reflective Practice. Read on for more information.
Digital Education past issues are now starting to become available. Read on for details.