Click here to find out how you can use Twitter to support teacher and learning.
Click here to read about a basic comic strip creator. Instead of printing the comic strip to paper you may wish to print them to OneNote, either creating a book for individual pupils or a class book.
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 .
More than 100 teachers from across Europe participated in the SMILE (Social Media in Learning and Education) programme, exploring the challenges and opportunities involved when using social media in education.
The outcomes of the project have been published in a digital handbook. The handbook contains materials and resources along with many valuable reflections and suggestions on some critical aspects of the use of social media in schools.
The handbook will help you to make effective use of social media in your classroom as w ell as helping you to make best use of them for your own professional development.
Duolingo is an on-line modern language resource offering courses in Spanish, French, German, Portuguese and Italian.
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.
Scholar is an an integrated set of materials and services which is accessible by pupils and staff in Inverclyde secondary schools. The resources cover the STEM subjects, business subjects and languages. Click here to visit the website.