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E-books ‘damage sleep and health’

In March 2013 I attended an interview with two senior managers from The International School of Moscow, having applied for the role of Head of ICT at the school. Pleasingly, I got the job and spent twelve happy months helping the school to improve its teaching of ICT (as it was) and improving its use […]

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Future Starts Now from The Norwegian Centre for ICT in Education

It is often very easy to get wrapped up in what one is doing in one’s own school, Local Authority or even country, but it is very important to me to try to obtain a broader image of what is going on in the wider world. I think this relates to pretty much everything and […]

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QuickStart Computing from CAS

Since the introduction of the new Computing curriculum there have been many organisations and individuals producing resources and sharing ideas to help teachers adapt to the new things that are required to be taught by the Department for Education. One of those organisations is Computing at School (CAS) which has produced a very helpful set […]

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Online Safety Guides from West Yorkshire Police

I recently came across these resources from West Yorkshire Police to help protect children when they use the internet. As well as some advice for parents and teachers, the page provides guides for some of the most popular applications and consoles: Ask FM; Facebook; Playstation; Snapchat; Twitter; WhatsApp; Wii; XBOX. See the example below, a […]

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Computing Resources from BBC Schools

When considering high quality resources to support the delivery of the Computing curriculum, why not take a look at the offerings from BBC Schools? There are a range of videos, lesson plans and other resources for primary and secondary schools. As you would certainly hope would be the case given the BBC’s vast coffers, the […]

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