Our Guardian Teacher Network has resources this week to help teachers raise awareness of dyslexia in the classroom One in ten people in the UK are dyslexic, which works out at around three students in each classroom.
Whenever I speak or give a presentation for the first time to a new audience, I start off with a slide where I explain where we are in the transition from the analog world to the digital world. This transition is a journey.
Google search engine is definitely one of the most popular search engines out there and most of our students use it as their first choice. However, there are also some other alternatives worth trying...
Mashing Genius Hour With Project-Based Learning by Dawn-Casey Rowe, Social Studies Teacher & Learnist Evangelist “Miss, it’s reading period,” one student reminded me. That’s the one period a week we all read together.
Another fresh leak from the Snowden files reported in the Washington Post reveal how the NSA is collecting data, specifically the online address books of American citizens. It’s just another of the continuing disclosures of the National Security...
I was quite intrigued by an article in CNET that shared a research report from Barclay’s Equity Research that speculated on the idea of Apple creating an iPad with a larger screen and using their new 64 bit processor in it.
An aggregated reading list of the best, in-depth thinking from around the web on the impact of technology and social media, curated by Nathan Jurgenson and Cyborgology. “the ipad pathetically asks: “Do you still think I’m pretty?
Juniper Research published a report today that claims up to 80% of all smartphones are running without having any kind of protection against malware installed, even in spite of the growing awareness of security threats and the wide availability of...
Teachers share what they learned from taking part in the competition last year and give advice to ensure you have the best shot at winning From having an X Factor style competition to get the whole school excited to going on trips for inspiration,...
Blogger, head and physics teacher Tom Sherrington offers his tips and guidance for getting into blogging Back in May I started writing a blog more or less at same time as I began to engage with Twitter for professional purposes.
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