Equipping Students with Learning Experiences that will help them SucceedIf you are toying with the idea of blending your class or feel that the teaching and assessment strategies you are using could use some revisiting, this article might be able to help you.

The Public Domain ReviewThis infographic highlights the history of andragogy and explores adult learning.

The Public Domain Review"It’s a curated set of lists designed to showcase the best education technology resources you should know about. From apps to laptops to tablets and beyond..."

Friday, 10 January 2014 08:00

Gibbon - Playlists for Learning

The Public Domain ReviewGibbon is a web app which makes it easy to create learning playlists by simply adding specific article or video links to your custom-made content compilation. It can also strip away any styling allowing you to focus more on the content.

Tuesday, 17 December 2013 18:24

Failure is good: Creativity

Google Story BuilderEveryone is creative.

Wednesday, 11 December 2013 08:00

Failure is Good: Switch Gears

Open Educational Resources (OERs) and the FutureFailure is good because allows us to learn from our practice. Developing a new attitude or method of teaching may result in failure. It could also result in a better community of learning.

Friday, 06 December 2013 16:31

Failure is Good: Reflective Practice

Failure is Good: Reflective PracticeFailure is good because it leaves us the opportunity to reflect critically on our professional practice. What is reflective practice? How should teachers implement it?  Check out our video on Reflective Practice to learn more.

Wednesday, 13 November 2013 08:00

iPad Apps and Workflows

iPad Apps and WorkflowsAre you using an iPad in your teaching? Many times we hear about applications, or “Apps” that are useful, but are looking for concrete examples of how we can use them.

The Public Domain ReviewLooking for ways to design your classroom and instruction so it is more accessible to everyone?  Check out Colorado State University's resources on universal design for learning.

Monday, 23 September 2013 17:26

How to Make School Better for Boys

Looking for ways to implement iPads into your classroom.  Check out Jacqui Murray's recent blog post A great article on how schools are failing to meet the needs of boy specific learning practices and how it has tipped the gender balance to being predominantly female.