Some ideas follow you around. They stick in your head and come to you in the shower or on the drive home from work. “Fast,
I need more time. I know you’ve said these words before. As a proud new dad, I’ve become obsessed with the concept of time. But
The year is 1962 and JFK decides it’s time to go to the moon (Not because it is easy, but because it is hard). A
How do you hold an engaging, informative and worthwhile staff meeting for 130 staff? This was the question I had to ask myself when the
Do we need specialist teachers to teach coding and computational thinking? Or can we trust our current teachers to handle the new digital technology curriculum?
It’s school holidays here in Brisbane. This means I can indulge in a few of my guilty pleasures. It’s difficult to admit but one of
I’m furious. The source of my anger is a pencil. This Pencil. On this particular occasion, “The Pencil” was retweeted 28 times and liked 55
Not everybody likes edtech as much as I do. In fact there aren’t that many that do. My twitter feed leans heavily towards educational technology.
“Yes, but what do you do with the resisters? You know, the people who hate change?” Here’s the secret. EVERYONE HATES CHANGE! Story Time I
Question: Is it unethical to perform experiments on students? Not the kind that would turn them into a comic book superhero or supervillain. Slightly less harmful
As teachers, we serve incredibly long apprenticeships. We enter school as 6 year old children and watch and learn from our grade 1 teacher. We
An interesting paradox has slowly been presenting itself. When I talk to teachers, I sometimes ask them about whether they use PowerPoint, Prezi, Google Slides