I thought it would be interesting and useful to collate some ideas, concerns and resources into a free ebook.
Perhaps when we teach children how to make a podcast, we ought first to teach them how to tell stories.
I think this is great fun, and it started me thinking: would it be possible to devise a teaching resource about coding, say, which the pupils couldn’t access until they had learnt a bit of coding?
Many schools have a mindset perhaps best described as “splendid isolation” – except that there is nothing splendid about it.
Having the pupils work in small groups on finding and evaluating resources to use in a computing scheme of work could be quite useful.
I believe a lot of people are worried by the forthcoming Computing Programme of Study, judging by the number of people I’ve spoken to who say they have not yet begun to think about it.
Samsung Electronics Co., Ltd. and Fingerprint today announced they are co-developing a kids' mobile app network enabling play-based learning for kids 3-to-7 years old.
ePals Corporation today announced the commercial launch in China of a new product line for collaborative learning through its joint venture NeuPals
If you’re serious about educational technology you really must try to get there, even if you can only manage a day
The event includes a keynote from Ofsted’s ICT guru David Brown, plus several seminar streams, including:
For an ed tech project to succeed, you need to think about more than just the technology, or even the pedagogy.