Just a couple of online maths resources that you may find useful… Top Marks This website has always had good resources. I like that they are organised into subject areas and age groups. Makes it much easier to pintpoint… Read moreA couple of Quick Maths Resources
Pokemon Go in the Classroom So I’m sure this will cause some people to roll their eyes and go “really?!”. Sigh. Never ever. It’s dangerous, and addictive, and stupid. But, when this game came out shortly… Read morePokemon Go Activities for the Classroom
Smart have released version 15.2 of their popular Notebook software. This new version is super easy to use and very time friendly for educators! With the new Learning Activity Builder (LAB) and the built in templates it doesn’t take long… Read moreSmart Notebook 15.2 is now available!
Welcome back to school! How quickly the school year has rolled round. We have been involved in a couple of the brand new schools that have just been opened for this school year – it has been great to see… Read moreBack to School!
With the release of the new Digital Technologies Curriculum there is a focus on more in depth learning of computers and programs. Part of the curriculum is looking at students being able to produce their own software, so coding will… Read moreCoding for Beginners
Recently I have run a couple of training sessions on using Apple TV in the classroom. Apple TV seems to be the tool that every principal wants in their school and the one that teachers are the least comfortable using…. Read moreApple TV in the Classroom