Easiteach for MAC (1.1.5) Upgrade – Review

For a long while now I’ve actually been advising that users of Easiteach stay away from the MAC version.  To be honest, up until recently, it was very restricted and therefore highly frustrating.  There were so many features missing that it was pointless downloading files from easilearn as if they contained effects you’d never be able to […]

Google Doc for Inspire- Embed Options

You may remember this post I wrote back in March about how to use the new embed feature in Activ Inspire to add embeded content from web 2.0 /3.0 sites to the pages of your Flipchart?  Well, the Promethean Planet forums have been a buzz with suggestions for the kinds of tools that this feature […]

Twitter for Education

Nothing has contributed more to the growth of my teaching career than my personal learning network. @mrlisok I’m always searching for new websites, tools, innovations, resources, ideas, view points… anything to make my teaching more creative. Several of the posts I’ve shared here (and in guest posts elsewhere) have come from connections I’ve made through […]

The world of research is changed for ever…

The last copies of the Britannica Encyclopaedia roll off the presses as a giant metaphor which shows educators how much the world has really changed. Have you asked yourself some vital questions about the skills your students need to operate in that environment? The image below came to me via the contact form on the […]