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#AppventCalendar Day Three – WriQ from @texthelp

By Appvent, Chrome, EdTech, Education, Google, Literacy, Microsoft, Online Learning, Remote Learning, Workload No Comments

Welcome to Day Three of the 2020 Appvent Calendar! We are so pleased with the amazing engagement from educators around the world in this year’s Appvent Calendar. Described by Carmel Bones as ‘an annual tradition’, we are very proud to bring you some of the amazing tools, apps and services…

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

By AFL, CPD, Distance Learning, EdTech, Featured, Free resource, Home Learning, Learning, My Screencasts, Remote Learning, TeachMeets, Tutorial, Work with me No Comments

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!

By Conferences, Distance Learning, EdTech, educators, Featured, Free resource, Home Learning, Learning, Microsoft, Resources, Staffrm, Work with me No Comments

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

By Distance Learning, EdTech, Education, Leadership, Learning, LearnLiveUAE, UAE No Comments

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

By Accessibility, ALN / SEN, Education, Inclusion, Microsoft, Morals, Pedagogy first, Positivity, Tools No Comments

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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