Click here to find out how you can use Twitter to support teacher and learning.
Ten tips on how teachers and pupils can make use of OneNote in school.
Nine ways OneNote makes lesson-planning a breeze. Click here to find out how.
Create digital notebooks to support high quality teaching and learning, as well as real time collaboration. Click here for guidance on how to use OneNote with your pupils and colleagues.
Learn about the basics of OneNote .
Pupils can make use of their own Android devices to create digital magazines to share their learning with others. The Flipboard app is one resource that pupils can use.
TEDEd is a collection of video and animation resources to help teachers deliver interesting and informative lessons. The idea behind TedEd is that teachers can take the best of YouTube or create their own videos then flip them, which means adding titles, directions, questions and links to other resources.
A Safer Internet Day will be held on 5th February. Why don’t you spend some time on the 5th promoting pupils’ awareness of how to stay safe when using the Internet? Suggested activities can be found by clicking here.
The Woodland trust website has a variety of resources that teachers can use to get their pupils to explore the area surrounding their school.
Click here to visit the website.
SCRAN provides educational access to digital materials representing Scottish material culture and history. The website hosts 370,000 images, movies and sounds from museums, galleries, archives and the media. It can be used as a superior form of clip art or for particular learning applications. For learning, there are Pathfinder Packs for instant use; and tools such as Curriculum Navigator, Albums, Stuff, Create, Multicreate, Mini Website and Slides to let you discover, store, design, assemble and share your own learning resources.