Category Archives: Digital Learning

Remote Learning for Younger Learners (EduTech Summer Conference 2020)

This is the pre-conference video made in support of the EduTech Asia Summer Conference 2020. After the recorded version of the conference prep you will find all of the supporting materials. The #1 bestselling book, Creativity is Everything: Rethinking Technology, … Continue reading

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Creativity, Stress Relief & Wellness Checks for Your Students

Sometimes (like now) the world can feel upside-down. You think it’s hard for you as a teacher but we all know it can be far more challenging for our students. This blog post offers ways of helping children engage in … Continue reading

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School Closure Tips Whole School and Younger Learners

  THIS POST IS A HUB OF TUTORIALS AND IDEAS FOR EDUCATORS DURING DISTANCE LEARNING DUE TO COVID-19 ALSO TO CONSIDER: How do we know if distance learning is working? Could data be the answer? Creativity, Stress Relief & Wellness … Continue reading

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“Saving” The Giving Tree

Apparently Shel Silverstein’s classic children’s book, The Giving Tree, is falling from grace. Recently it was banned in the state of Colorado and, whether you are inclined to agree or not, it’s leading to growing concern and discussion among many concerned … Continue reading

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What are Learning Analytics & Data Visualization and why should you care?

If you’re in education you have likely heard these terms before. Or you soon will. This blog post offers an introduction and overview. Even if you’re at a school that has a complete, effective system for collecting and visualizing useful … Continue reading

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Are You Interested in Becoming a Published Bestseller?

It is easier than ever before but, as you might expect, there are more pitfalls than ever when you go the self-published/promoted route.   First off though, “Why should I become a published bestseller?”   You can share your message … Continue reading

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Free Animation Course (ongoing beta)

Sorry to my loyal subscribers for the absence of recent posts. My zeal for sharing has found most recent outlet on my seansensei8 YouTube Channel and giveitaway.net website. But, as usual, I digress… I’ve been having a ball teaching people … Continue reading

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Digital Literacy: Three-Pronged Project

ALTERNATE TITLE: Weekend with #geekdad So, my daughter just LOVES the Elephant & Piggie series by Mo Willems. They are simply illustrated stories for beginning readers. We were so inspired by the series we (well, mainly I) wrote a story … Continue reading

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What is an Innovation Coach?

The short answer: It’s about: More focused collaboration with colleagues to improve learning (ideally supported by a team) Improving good practice through collaborative design of better outcomes and learning objectives Not starting and ending with technology (though it matters!)… For … Continue reading

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YouTube Child Safety Training 101

OK, let’s talk YouTube. Recently some students at school saw some shocking things on YouTube. We went into full mobilisation on how to deal with this. We briefly considered locking it out of the school’s Google environment but then decided … Continue reading

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