Resources, blogs and apps – all iPad related!
This post is an update to the most popular post on this site – Guided Reading on the iPad. This post has been read thousands of times, and lots of the apps and ideas there are still relevant, but times are changing and I thought it would be interesting to
Classroom collaboration was cited as one of the key reasons to begin using technology in the classroom in a recent (and quick) question and answer session…. There are many, many ways to get your pupils to collaborate more, and obviously using tech is only one strand of this. From role
Questions! A huge part of our day – much has been written about how, why, when and who… Questioning crops up as pupil targets for improvement, on school development plans and in teacher lesson observations. A recent focus for us was whether or not our increased use of technology actually
I have regularly used comic books in class, and have been known to buy in bulk from charity shops / ebay – then spend hours trawling them to find suitable and good-condition ones! Happily, it seems tablet computers have made that a thing of the past! The crisp and
#BlappSnapp is a great idea by Julian Wood (@ideasfactory) as a way of sharing great apps,either Android or ioS, for education. As you know, I rarely push specific apps – but I do get asked for recommendations regularly and have some here. For my #BlappSnapp I thought I’d examine the
This is mentioned to me more than I'd like – usually by exasperated teachers who discover that the school has 30 locked away somewhere that are never used or subject coordinators who have been 'given' iPads to raise standards… But little else in the way of support. Schools are