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Google Glass – The potential for education.

As a Technology addict and ICT teacher, I’m always on the look out for new and innovative ways to progress the learning experience for all students, in an engaging style. I’ve been researching and monitoring the developments of Google glass for some time now and pondering; how can Google Glass technology be used to enhance … Continue reading

Connecting communities – Google+ in education

As Google+ continues to evolve it seems there isn’t a better time to jump on the bandwagon and start exploring the benefits for education. The ‘connectivity’ it offers through discussion groups, communities and circles make this a fantastic and somewhat under-exploited tool for education. I’ve looked at this from an establishment and educator perspective as Google+ … Continue reading

Collaborative learning using Pinterest

Pinterest as an educational tool, this is something I’ve been exploring recently. Of course, as an educator this is a fantastic platform to pull together resources and tools for developing pedagogy, network with other professionals and share good practice. There are some fantastic people in education utilising Pinterest who I recommend checking out: Charity Preston Amanda Plum Eric Sheninger … Continue reading

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