You may have your device access sorted in the classroom, but feel like you have lost control of the devices in your household or know parents who feel this way. Here are some tricks that gave me back control of
For Google users the labour-intensive download/upload process of editing Microsoft email attachments within their native Office apps is wasting precious time. Use this simple, quick tip so you’ll never have to leave your Google account to save Microsoft attachments. Even
Getting your students engaged can often be an uphill battle. But Minecraft is a surefire way to get them riveted. In Minecraft Innovative Assessment Practices: Part I we explored three in-game assessment tools (1 Camera, Portfolio, and the Book &
It can be a constant struggle to find ways to engage your students while you assess their learning. But we all know that just saying the M word (Minecraft) in a classroom sparks unprecedented excitement in students no matter their
With more digital tools to choose from than ever before, it can be challenging to know what to focus on. Before you go looking for something shiny and new, it’s worth checking out the tools on offer in the platform
It’s frustrating when emails clog up your inbox. Especially emails that don’t require any action, but are just from people who want to keep you in the loop.If your Gmail inbox is overflowing, chances are you’re a victim of the
Our trainers are asked frequently if we have a curriculum map linking Digital Technologies to other curriculum areas, across age groups and levels. The answer is yes, but not for you! Curriculum Mapping needs to be aligned with school wide strategy, values, community and more. There is no one size fits all. In order to create a meaningful, useful, relevant map that serves your learners many things must be considered. This blog series explores how you can do just that.
For the UTB Show’s final episode, we’ve pulled out all the stops by rounding up the whole UTB training team who share their favourite tech tools (cue delightful track “My Favourite Things” from The Sound of Music). These tools really