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September 22, 2020

How can Twitter support professional learning?

Twitter as a source of professional learning is an interesting premise. As someone who has been heavily involved in using Twitter as a source for my own professional development for more than a decade, taking control of my own professional learning before I even realised that was what I was…
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September 9, 2020

Why you need to explore @Wakelet, a superb tool for curation and collaboration

Every educator needs a space to curate, develop and share their research, reading and resources. Enter Wakelet. Wakelet is one of those essential tools that every educator should have in their teaching and learning toolkit, and for lots of reasons too. It's why I included it in my Appvent Calendar…
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August 4, 2020

The importance of sharing school stories

It has been a funny old world these last few months, who would have thought we would see ourselves shut away in our homes hiding from a global pandemic? As we tried to support all of our many learners in our schools, whilst taking care of and worrying about loved…

FREE CPD >> Five Evidence-Informed Uses of #Edtech To Help Get Online Learning Right

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A few months ago I was approached by Seneca to deliver a Teachmeet (as a webinar) as part of their TeachMeet series. When I agreed and was asked what I would like to share about I thought what better way than to share some evidence-informed approaches to using technology. I…

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The Global Edtech Academy – Free CPD for you for the next 3 months!

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I’ll always remember my birthday this year. Things were starting to get closed down everywhere and on that day, the lockdown here in the UK was announced. Since that day, every day I’ve seen educators working as superheroes, doing their best to help, be supportive, creative, engaging in our own…

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#LearnLiveUAE – a free weekly debate and professional learning opportunity for all

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I’ve been proud to work with lots of schools in the United Arab Emirates. I was the first keynote speaker at the now well-established, annual JESS Digital Summit, I’ve keynoted at events such as EdExMENA, worked with many schools such as Dubai College, BISAD and Repton Abu Dhabi and spoken…

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Three ways to promote inclusion and student voice in the classroom

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Inclusion can take place in lots of ways in a school setting. Technology can really help with this and in this post, I’ll share three ways to help ensure children don’t feel excluded in your classroom. Wheel of Names! Sometimes inclusion is just that – ensuring everyone not only feels…

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