Here is a short summary of my workshop in cardboardtronics with teachers. Attached is the video recording and a link to the powerpoint download.
This blog post has two videos; Games in Education by Simon McCallum and Intro to VR by Byron Mallett, both aimed at teachers in high school teaching digital technologies.
I am one of those guys who signs up for all these newsletters from different companies for promotional stuff. Usually I get one a week from a provider and believe it or not, it feels like there is a new
Hello Sydney. Good to be back, this time for a digital technology teachers conference called ACCE2018. I arrived in time for the registration on Tuesday night, after Google maps decided to take me the long way ( where the horses
PS: Download link is now updated with the fixed PowerPoint! Thanks for letting me know. Trying to continue what my predecessor(John Barrow) started with Arduino! A complete junior programme that teachers in schools can pick up and run in class.
Book review of Invent to learn – Making, Tinkering and Engineering in the classroom by Sylvia Libow Martinez and Gary Stager
Seven years ago, I was teaching Microsoft Word, Excel and Powerpoint to my Year 11 Digital Technology students. It was an important skill (I believed) which could be used across all subjects. While recently clearing my old resources, I took
Teaching students the basics of coding using modular components which are relatively easy to ‘put together’(in a lesson) as well as ‘put away’ (tidily in a box) is a daunting task at times for a teacher of Digital Technology. Over
Stop motion animation is one of my favorite topics to teach at year 9. It gives students a lot of freedom to imagine and storytell along with learning technicalities in basic movie making. I have an interesting way to