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Looking Ahead to a New School Year – Planning for a Blended Future

As educators around the globe prepare to take a well earned rest over the summer months, some are already starting to consider what education and training will look like in a post-inoculation world, which we refer to as AC (After Covid). The past fifteen months has witnessed an increase in the use of digital technologies …

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Building digital games with your students using MakeCode Arcade

I have written here before about the BBC Micro:bit and its many useful applications in our primary classroom. Over the past number of months, I have used MakeCode Arcade to teach coding with primary students. The students used MakeCode Arcade to design and program their own retro games. This has proven to be a fun …

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Rubber ducks, a US Air Force sergeant, and my introduction to cybersecurity in schools.

Due to the low 30Cs temperatures of early fall in Virginia and with the school air conditioning not operating at full capacity, many Albemarle High School teachers would leave their doors open which would allow a sneak peek into their classrooms. One particular day, I passed by the open door of the computer science teacher …

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EdPuzzle – A Perfect Cross-Sectoral Blended Learning Tool?

EdPuzzle is an interactive, online tool that has come to prominence in recent years. It is a cross-sectoral tool that has equal benefits for teachers and learners at primary and post-primary level, as well as those in further education. EdPuzzle allows teachers to edit digital video to engage students. EdPuzzle links with a number of …

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