This topic is close to my heart, as an educator and a parent, safety of the young people in my … Continue Reading Digital Safeguarding, let’s face it, it is Safeguarding.
Reflection: A thing that is a consequence of or arises from something else. My Principal, along with many others on … Continue Reading A Reflection … for Future Thinking
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
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 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?
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?
Eight years ago when I first began teaching, phones were all banned and the idea of having a pupil bring … Continue Reading Be afraid and do it anyway: Devices and Social Media in Schools
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