If you are looking to connect to other classrooms and teachers, from around the world, then this resource might be very helpful. Edublogs update their list of classroom blogs every six months or so. The update for May 2019 is now current. This is will prove to be a valuable resource for EdTech teachers. Entries can be filtered to include things such as Year Levels, Countries, Twitter handles, and whetherRead More →

I recently wrote a review of ClassHook, a site that allows educators t to target specific outcome and intentions using video clips from popular TV shows and movies. In a way to keep improving their service, ClassHook has just introduced a feature called ‘Personal Clips’. Introducing Personal Clips by ClassHook Personal Clips allow you to collate videos from all over the internet rather than just from the ClassHook repository. ThisRead More →

Coding In The Classroom From using Sphero, Makers Empire and now Botley (and a lot more in between), educators are understanding that allowing students to code has immense benefits. From design and creativity and cooperative learning and logical thinking, coding disguises itself well in a cloak of ‘fun’. Every great developer you know got there by solving problems they were unqualified to solve until they actually did it.” Patrick McKenzieRead More →