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June 29, 2016

Recent media commentators bemoaning children's technology use and talking about screentime as if it's a deadly disease, sound eerily similar to the "When I was a kid..." crowd lamenting their rose-coloured lost youth. Just stop. Your ignorance is showing. The world wil...

June 28, 2015

I'm terrible, I know. My last post was September. It's now the end of June. You could be forgiven for thinking I had died. I'm not dead but I have been doing lots of things including;

- finishing my Masters in Education

- becoming an Apple Distinguished Educato...

September 21, 2014

It's with a dizzying level of excitement that I embark upon my new role as a Digital Learning consultant with the Catholic Education office of Western Australia tomorrow as I venture into work outside the classroom for the first time in almost twelve years. There's so...

August 11, 2014

There really are some moments when you come across someone who just inspires the hell out of you. When it happens it's incredibly special and I want to share one such experience of mine.

I have never met Jenny Luca, but one day, so help me, I am going to make it happen....

July 31, 2014

Memorable learning events. That's it. That's the whole goal. That's what teachers consider the Holy Grail. That's what we work so hard to achieve in classrooms with our students. Because if learning is memorable, then it's fulfilling both educational requirements; simu...

July 23, 2014

Using Twitter for many educators who have already cultivated a personal learning network (PLN) is pretty much second nature. Finding and sharing exciting educational content doesn't get much easier than tweeting it to your followers. But as I've mentioned in a previous...

July 9, 2014

I sat in a post-grad course yesterday full of other teachers from kindergarten to senior school, talking and listening to their ideas and issues in the context of our topic. And I was totally floored by one teacher in particular. I am rarely speechless and I like to th...

June 22, 2014

One particularly difficult part of successfully managing and integrating educational technology and immersing your students in creative and innovative learning tasks is being away from them. I mean that in the kindest way, however, it is incredibly difficult to leave a...

June 5, 2014

I'll admit I'm crazy jealous. Jealous of everyone who was able to get the time and funds to go to EduTech this week in Brisvegas. Following amazingly inspirational techie teachers on Twitter has made it even worse as I get to see and hear exactly what I've missed. This...

May 1, 2014

At an in-school professional development day, I found myself helping teachers realise the potential of creating their own classroom websites. Throughout my journey of making my website using wix.com and exploring weebly.com I came across the fabulous weebly for educati...

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