QR (Quick Response) codes are a great tool for using in your classroom. The latest software in smartphones has the capability to read them from the camera app, and it’s quick and easy to download a QR code reader if not. Use them to engage your students, bring classroom displays to life digitally and more!
The start of the school year with technology can be messy, but by following these five steps your journey may be easier ! The relationships they help build with students will create a sense of community and belonging with technology assisting learning.
The Explore tool lets students search for websites, images and Google Drive files without leaving Google Docs. They can also cite the web sources they find with just one click. This makes it very easy for students to quickly gather a range of web sources they might find useful, without having to move in and out of the document.
STEM and STEAM would be one of the biggest buzz words going around education at the moment. But there are also lots of misconceptions about what it is and how to implement it effectively. Here is a list of the 5 most commonly held myths I often hear about STEAM Learning.
Project Based Learning is more than just setting a project at the end of a unit, which can often just be an academic regurgitation of memorised content. Project Based Learning connects academic situations and knowledge to real world problems
Hindsight is a wonderful thing. Seven years ago I started flipping my class. I wish I knew what I learnt through the process when I started, as it would have been so much easier. But really, good teaching stems from good learning. Join with me as I jump in my Delorean and go Back to the Future and share my top 10 tips gained from my journey.
Devices are changing a lot, it’ll be interesting to see. I think, you know, device prices are coming down, that’s a good thing. I think there still needs to be some metric around about how much you spend as to, in where’s the improvement?
By utilising the wisdom and experience of staff and creating blended learning environments, students should be able to operate in their preferred modality of learning whilst controlling certain aspects of their learning pathway.
Some of our kids are stuck in a game of educational Monopoly, losing motivation and having nowhere to go as it is raining outside. It is our responsibility to maybe pack away the Monopoly board and introduce a new paradigm to them.