STEM education is a growing approach in schools everywhere at the moment and this is leading to lots of teachers using a wide variety of technologies in their programmes. One of my favourite robotics tools to use with STEM are the Sphere SPRK+ robots – the small ‘see through’ balls that look a lot like BB8, the Star Wars character from “Rogue One”, the latest movie to be released.
All teachers are designers. By mastering a few simple techniques, you can be sure the resources that you create and use engage all students. This is not just about making things look good, as effective design can make information more accessible and easier to navigate.
One of the questions I am asked all the time is “Can you download YouTube videos so you don’t have to stream them in class?” In a recent post I introduced you to YouTube EDU, a fantastic resource for finding great videos to support your lessons. The problem is that
In this week’s OutClassed Podcast, Mike and Blake continue on their discussion regarding the 7 essential elements of school transformation framework. This week it is all about technology and infrastructure.
Samantha is joined by Kulari Lokuge, the Director at the Knox Innovation Opportunity & Sustainability Centre (KIOSC) at Swinburne University of Technology.
In her race against the clock, Kulari shares why it is so important for leaders to take their people on a journey, while keeping an eye on the long view. We also hear her thoughts on dealing with uncertainty
Samantha is joined by Dom Puttick, founder and owner of Evolve Fitness & Nutrition.
In her race against the clock, Dom shares how she works smarter, not harder on the administrative side of her business. Dom also kindly shares some of her tips for how you can be more efficient when working out.
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