A Better Way To Teach Programming?

It’s no secret that learning to code has massively increased in popularity over the past decade. A quick peek at Google Trends gives you an idea. Since 2011, interest in the subject has exploded. While I’m certain coding will never be as important as literacy was in the 19th and 20th century, it’s obviously going …

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An All-in-one Tool to Assist Student Learning from Every Angle

When searching for tools to enhance learner productivity, I stumbled upon Creativity 365. I wanted to find an all-in-one set of tools that suited every student and would enable them to develop their own strengths and interests.   What is Creativity 365? Creativity 365 aims to streamline teamwork and boost efficiency by offering a range of …

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Speaker at the Global EdTech Summit 2017

I am very happy to have been asked to present at the Global EdTech Summit 2017. I have no doubt that it will be an excellent event - topics include: Digital Transformation In Higher Education Technology Training and Certification for Teachers: A look into Different Professional Development Programs for Teachers Gamification: Discover Innovative Ways to …

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A simple but powerful website, perfect for geography lessons

Recently, there has been a lot of talk online about the world map as we know it; not being entirely accurate.  Read more about this by clicking here.   How can we explain this to our pupils? I looked online and stumbled upon this fantastic website.  It is called Thetruesize.com and it allows you to directly …

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