Last week I did a science lesson with my students where we looked at how the sweets ‘Skittles’ dissolved in … More
Guest Blog Post: Is Virtual Reality For Education All Hype?
VR is here to stay, love it or hate it. The technology has already been adopted by school teachers in … More
My article for Edutopia: Engaging Students Through Google Maps.
I recently wrote an article for Edutopia. It was about ways Google Maps can be used to inspire students in … More
My Article For The International Teacher Magazine: Using Minecraft To Engage Students In Learning.
I recently wrote an article for the International Teacher Magazine about simple ways to use Minecraft in the classroom. Click … More
Paper 53 Is The ‘Sketch-iPad’ You Always Wanted
Paper 53 is a brilliant app which combines drawings, notes, photos and sketches. It is available on the Appstore. The … More
Create Simple Infographics With This Superb Online Tool
Piktochart is an excellent online website (also available on the App Store) which makes it really easy to create an … More
How Makin Misteaks Can B A Pwrfl Teeching Statergy;
We all make mistakes. I certainly have made them whilst teaching. And do you know what? Pupils love it when … More
Great Tech Tools For Pop Art Lessons
Pop Art Studio is a great website in which you can apply Pop Art effects to an image. Our topics this … More
Using Facebook ‘Live’ In The Classroom Is A New, Exciting Learning Tool.
Facebook Live allows you to stream live video to a Facebook Page or Group. It has such great potential for … More
Don’t Just Put Amazing Work On The Classroom Wall, Share It Online.
Sway.com is a fantastic website / App by Microsoft, in which interactive presentations / videos can be created. It is … More