Introduction: Julie DeNeen looks at 25 ways of using Tablets in the classroom to enhance the learning experience, among them for Art, Music, Science, History, Writing, Photo, Research, E-books, Social Media, Simulation , Computer Skills, Special Needs, Foreign Language and News. Well not quite 25 ways to enhance learning. Some of the points that she […]
I recently listened to Susan Cain’s TedTalk on The Power of Introverts and found it really interesting. While it seemed quite clear (at least to me), that she was uncomfortable on the stage, a little hesitant, even timid, I thought that, in essence, helped so much with her message – Quiet: The Power of Introverts. […]
Dyslexia Action is a national charity focusing on improving lives through education and training, addressing the needs of those living and working with Dyslexia and to provide awareness to the general public. We take a look at the creative work by Xelium in sprucing up the VLE with focus on Accessibility and user friendliness.
In our previous article, we learnt about Edmodo as a safe social network for schools. We also listed some of its features and highlighted the ones that support e-learning. In this article, we will take a closer look at the e-learning aspects of Edmodo to further understand how schools can benefit from using Edmodo as […]
Where schools are concerned, social networking sites are synonymous with cyber bullying, social intrusion, staff abuses, sexual predators, child pedophiles, haters, racism, time waster, distraction, every negative thing imaginable, which is why most schools simply block access to these sites from their network. Then enters, Edmodo – a social networking site for teachers and students. […]