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Archive for 'Technologies'


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Android Apps

There is an increasing number of apps available for the Android platform that have the potential to add value to the pupils’ experience in school. Click here to read about some of the apps.

Bring Your Own Technology

There is more to Bring Your Own technology (BYOT) programmes than just allowing pupils to play games. Click here to read some tips on how to introduce an effective BYOT programme into your school.

Technology Tools for Teaching & Learning

Click here to find a variety of on-line resources that have been linked to learning goals.

Learning with Devices

Click here to visit an Education Scotland blog that explores the way that hand held devices are being used in schools across Scotland.

Social Media in Learning and Education

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 […]

9 Wrong And 8 Right Ways Pupils Should Use Technology

What do you want pupils to do with technology? Do your answers concentrate on the learning or on the technology? Click here to see if your views match those of the author of the Edudemic blog.

Web Tools for the Flipped Classroom

Click here to read about some suggested resources that you can use to help flip your classroom.

Animation is an on-line animation resource that your pupils can use to produce their own simple animations. The finished products can be easily shared with others. Click here to vist the website.

Social Media

Some teachers are apprehensive about using social media to communicate with parents, pupils and fellow teachers. This stems from some horror stories, where teachers have been irresponsible in their use of social media. Here the problem is with the person using the resource rather than the resource itself. The GTCS has produced guidance for teachers […]

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