One of the most interesting things I found on the Twinkl site was the “create” feature, this allows you to build a range of resources from displays to interactive games to worksheets. Now I’m not the biggest fan of a worksheet but with a bit of laminating they can easily turn into a folder task. I hate seeing folders of random sheets that all use different fonts imagery etc. If I am creating a pack for a topic it is much better that all the resources have a common look and feel. It just looks more cohesive and planned.
On Youtube you can probably find a video that will link in with your lesson no matter what it is.
The interactive whiteboard may well be the greatest ICT resource available to teachers today. It can also be the biggest
Graphic design for teachers, or at least those of us not blessed with artistic talents used to be limited to
Digital Natives is a phrase coined by Marc Prensky in his 2001 paper Digital Natives, Digital Immigrants. He suggests that
However you look at it students with additional needs do not have the same access to technology as their peers.
There are many ways to make a learning space more engaging, one of the quickest and most versatile is… the
Always on the lookout for computing technology that is accessible and engaging to all my students I invested in 1
This is just a lighthearted post reflecting on some of the possible situations you may encounter when discussing technology used
A Great Start to the first #SpEdSC – Special Education Slow Chat. How can we encourage student Voice, the story
Now I love a good quote and image. I have been using the typorama app for a while. Teachers need