Tag: planning
4th May 2016, by , in Blog
To imagine how different the future classroom might look, we need only think about the classroom ten years ago. What was so different in 2006? There were no tablets – and mobile technology was seen as an unnecessary distraction from learning. Learning platforms were, relatively, in their infancy. Personalised learning had only just been featured in...
22nd April 2016, by , in Blog
The internet has made finding resources easier – but there’s so much choice! Where should you go for the best e-learning resources? How many websites will you need to trawl through before you find something worth using? To help you find great resources to use in your classroom – and to use in your e-learning...
14th April 2016, by , in Blog
The most amazing – and challenging – thing about the human brain is that every single one is different. No two brains are exactly the same. Why challenging? Well, from a teacher’s point of view, you have one, two, possibly three dozen brains all taking in the information you provide in every class. And the...
28th January 2016, by , in Blog
For many, blogging is seen as the preserve of tech-savvy teens and twentysomethings, used as a vehicle for exerting opinions and encouraging high-brow debate. Or, as a personal journal, published online and free for anyone in the world to read. Well, both those definitions are true – but as a teacher you can use blogs...
14th January 2016, by , in Blog
Integrating an effective e-learning strategy into everyday school life may be the goal – but sometimes a learning platform can fail from the outset simply because its creation, set-up and internal promotion is not thought through. Effective e-learning can – and will – transform your school, and has the potential to increase engagement, improve reporting...
8th January 2016, by , in Blog
For forward-thinking schools where ICT is a priority, Microsoft’s Office 365 makes a great companion to your learning management system. In just the same way as with Google Docs, integrating Office 365 and Moodle could save you hours of administration work every week, in the process increasing convenience and productivity for both you and your students....
3rd November 2015, by , in Blog
The real benefit of an Academy Trust learning platform is to allow schools to come together and support each other; whether that’s by exchanging resources, sharing facilities or collaborating on initiatives. In the UK, Academy Trusts – or Academy Groups as they’re also known – are one or more self-governed schools, and where there is...
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7th August 2015, by , in Blog
Over the past 15 or 20 years, we’ve watched as the Internet has made the world a smaller place. There’s no reason to have to wait days or weeks for information or correspondence. In fact – there’s no reason to have to wait minutes any longer. The world wide web has provided us with the...
28th July 2015, by , in Blog
We’ve written a lot on this blog about the benefits of using a VLE from the learner’s point of view, but another crucial aspect of implementing a learning platform is the positive effect it can have on teachers’ day to day lives. In this post we’ve looked at five main areas in which your VLE...
3rd July 2015, by , in Blog
Today, we’re pleased to feature a guest post from Mick Flaherty, ICT Coordinator at Stockport Grammar School, Cheshire. Just the very use of ‘buzz’ words in education is enough to make me want to cover my ears.  There are many bandwagons to jump on but what it seems to come down to is simply trying...

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