Category Archives: course 4

Managing laptops, or managing students?

Management of technology and management of laptops are very different things.  In this post, I will share some of my views on the management of laptops in a 1:1 class.  To begin with, I hear so much rubbish such as … Continue reading

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Where is technology taking teaching & learning?

Technology will not change education.  Before you write me of, read on a touch – it is not education, but the changed thinking that (hopefully) will go along with it, that can (and will, I believe) eventually change education.  I … Continue reading

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Flipping out of control

Firstly, what is “reverse teaching” (or the “flipped classroom” to its friends)? I hear all this nonsense now about how it is the new way of teaching.  Wrong.  Last week we had Steve Barkley presenting at our school and he … Continue reading

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What is technology integration?

What is technology integration? When you start to read, there is much discussion, but unfortunately much is about the choice of words. To paraphrase what Jeff Utecht says in this blog post, he does not want to integrate, he wants … Continue reading

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Whose job is it anyway?

In a NY Times opinion piece, Kevin Kelly has suggested that ten years ago we were still people of the word, but now, we are in the middle of a Guttenberg shift to become people of the screen.  I see … Continue reading

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