In 2015 we held our BYOD symposium in Melbourne Australia. You can watch the recording of our expert presenters from Google, Microsoft and local schools as well as two prominent edtech researchers who discuss how to interpret educational research.Read More
Microsoft Power BI—Microsoft’s latest suite of online tools and services for visualizing data, sharing discoveries, and collaborating intuitively in several new, exciting ways—is the Holy Grail of educators seeking the best online experience. Watch this video to prove our claim for yourself. Video Highlights 0:00:05 New product release by Microsoft 0:00:33 Microsoft Power BI Preview 0:01:00 Data sources 0:01:28…Read More
Microsoft Sway is a great alternative to PowerPoint. Your students can use Sway to present ideas, synthesise their thoughts and more. Here’s how.Read More
This short video talks about the OneNote Class Notebook Creator Tool and how teachers can use this for collaboration with their students.Read More
When I ran one of my first conferences at Google HQ last April we had just over 100 teachers attend. Of those 100 teachers only 7 were female.
It was ironic, at the time Google had a massive wall art showing the symbols for male and female.
See what is happening to engage more females in the Tech industry.Read More
I picked up my surface Pro 3 two weeks ago. I was interested to see how the Surface pro 3 would compare to the Surface Pro 2 and more importantly my new MacBook Pro.
Here is what I like and disliked, as well as an evaluation of the Surface pro 3 in an educational contextRead More