First and foremost, we see you all and you look GOOOOOOOD. Congrats on surviving and even thriving during this first week back. I know we all have little and big siblings ordering us about; children wanting to do the eating … Continue Reading What Teachers/Students/Parents Should Know during Learn from Home… A Librarian’s Perspective
Meaningful Screen time, for those times when a screen is a great option! This summer, my family and I travelled … Continue Reading Top tips for the long journey home…
The demise of TV news – Can we spot fake from the fact? Today I was listening to my new … Continue Reading Where did all the “Real” news go?
I write this, inspired by a considerable lack of sleep. having come back from a wonderful month away from the … Continue Reading Sleep Spiral & Ed Tech
Yes, inspired by the brilliant re-make of The Lion King, but I couldnt help thinking whist I was watching it … Continue Reading The Hakuna Matata Effect
E-safety champion Henry Platten is on a mission to make the internet a safer, healthier and kinder place for children. … Continue Reading Creating a Safer, Healthier and Kinder Social Experience
A decade ago, my eldest son was unknown to my husband and I. To think that this year he will … Continue Reading My Driving Force
The EdTech Podcast was the first podcast about Education I listened to and I found myself working backwards through the … Continue Reading The EdTech Podcast
Recommend Podcast Begin 2020 with an EdTech boost by downloading some fantastic podcast content Breakfast conversations came to my attention … Continue Reading Breakfast Conversations #ADEbreakfast
Enthusiasm is infectious, but Education Technology should empower and support your classroom environment Writing this I would like to openly … Continue Reading Overflowing with #EdTech Enthusiasm
By Andi Price @MrAndiPrice The Future of Teaching – reducing workload and increasing pupil interaction. Two years ago, I made … Continue Reading Digital Feedback
Many teachers will be in a similar position to me when it comes to working their classroom out and being … Continue Reading The cornerstone’s of my working Classroom
With everything we do in schools now, there is no better way to get pupils to understand the concepts than … Continue Reading Digital Break Out – The Isles Need YOU!
So, if you have read my blog so far you will know that I am an accidental primary IT and … Continue Reading They know too much…Or do they?