Sway

‘Sway’ the Microsoft Way…

  Have you heard about Microsoft Sway? No it isn’t a new dance move but an exciting new presentation tool. I have signed up...
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Google Classroom – Part 6 An App for Classroom

Special thanks to @Berrymannick and @daveadams_dhsb who returned from visiting one our school partners in Sweden with news of a new app for Google...
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Google Classroom – PART 5

It is great to see once again that all the feedback is being listened to and acted upon well done Google and thank you...
Xbox

Stay eSafe on your Xbox

As part of a series we are producing some support tutorials for students and parents at individual requests from our school community on safeguarding...
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‘Throw Office into the Mix’

As promised at the start of this academic year I blogged about the importance of ‘Professional Exploration’ where as a teacher you really need...
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GOOGLE CLASSROOM PART 4 – Where to go for help?

If you are using Google Classroom or are thinking of using it then please check out the three earlier posts about it. This post...
Fullan

How do you lead change?

“Change really isn’t as hard as we thought if we capture people’s interest and give them enjoyable, worthwhile experiences.”  Michael Fullan Over the next few...
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Google Classroom – PART 3 Marking homework

  This is the 3rd post in a series looking at how Google Classroom is working and how it is evolving. You can also...
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Banter or Bullying?

The summer holidays yet again proved to influence one of my first whole school assemblies for the year. With the events involving Malkay Mackay...
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ResearchED 2014 #rED14

  You can read my post here