Easiteach Next Generation 1.3

PC VERSION REVIEW – MAC COMING SOON… The first thing you’ll notice when you open your upgraded version of Easiteach Next Generation is the addition of some rather swanky looking tabs at the bottom of the welcome screen.  From here, the team at RM, have added some nifty new features that will really help out […]

Activ Inspire 1.6 – UPDATE

If you haven’t noticed already there’s been an update to Promethean Activ Inspire.  We’re now on to version 1.6. The birth of Activ Inspire (the replacement for Activ Studio) meant that we lost a lot of cool features that have been slowly creeping back.  I’m really happy to see that the equation editor is back! […]

The Four Part Lesson (TEEP) – What’s that then?

Yesterday I started writing a blog post in response to several thoughts/questions that I’ve heard mumbled around me.  I addressed the first of these ( see below) in some detail and would like to thank all of the practising teachers out there who supported me and our profession with their responses on Twitter, Facebook and the post itself. Teachers […]

Teachers don’t plan lessons so why should I?

I’m writing this blog post with a certain audience in mind.   Over the past few weeks I’ve heard several things that have caught my attention. Things that I think I can help with. They are: Teachers in the field don’t plan lessons so why am I doing a lesson plan I don’t really get […]

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Augmented Reality Showcase with Selena Woodward

Augmented reality is something that I’ve been very interested in for a long time.  I’ve written a couple of posts on here outlining what it is and why it’s useful to the everyday classroom.  Today I am running the first in a series of Edtech Showcases for CEGSA at the Flinders University, the topic is Augmented Reality. […]