Marking, how I dearly miss it. As my son would say “You are being sarcasm” and he would be correct. I don’t miss sitting marking book after book each evening but for how much longer will this be something teachers need to endure? There is a simple problem. Machines are getting better at it than […]
I published You might just have written a precurser to: “Does AI make ‘learners’ more intelligent” on Medium.
I published I would say that is exactly what they are. on Medium.
I published My area of work is around the use of technology is schools. on Medium.
The use of technology for learning in schools is inconsistent in my experience. Schools with a reputation for embedding technology effectively into teaching and learning are in short supply. Is this because… #edtech has no impact on progress? Training is not prioritised? See OECD report School are nervous to change the way they use technology as […]
Next week Google look to be announcing details of their update on the Google Teacher Academy program which I was fortunate to attend in December 2013. Since then I have had opportunities to lead whole school change, present in three different continents and work with educators and schools beyond my own. If this has been […]
Hear about how a language teacher is using Google Docs to manage the drafting and feedback of student work and how it is saving time and improving outcomes for the students.
“As with all good edtech, the tool just refines the great pedagogy.”
I am joining Appsevents for another Google in Education summit in Sweden. I will be joining a range of educators using Google tools to share ideas and learn about the tools that are engaging students in our schools. I will presenting on Google Classroom (two sessions, beginner and adding formative feedback) Flubaroo – grading Google form […]
This post accompanies my session at OSpedagogy’s event “Transforming Learning in the 21st Century” in Birmingham. Here is my presentation – goo.gl/GM2Zva I am sharing some tools I use in my classroom to enhance learning with the free technology accessible to teachers. From a simple timer in Google Chrome to a Google form that can send […]
The educational technology conference at Excel in London draws to a close today and I have been in attendance on Friday and Saturday. As I write this I am sat on a sofa at the show as the noise builds on the last day. A few stands are checking their microphones work… they do! I […]