YOUR GUIDE TO UNDERSTANDING AND ADAPTING TO DIFFERENT LEARNING STYLES

When it comes to education, everyone learns exactly the same way, right? Not quite. While the terms “auditory” and “visual” learners have become somewhat more common, there are many other types of learners. While most people cross the lines of learning styles and can benefit from many types of learning, most people have a dominant […]

Top 5 Technology Tips for New Teachers

The early days in your teaching career can often seem overwhelming. There is a new school environment to get used to, there are skills to practice and hone and, oh yeah – a classroom of kids waiting to be taught! Thankfully, today’s new teachers have an increasingly diverse range of dedicated technological aids to help […]

The Future of Education: The Digital Takeover

Digital Takeover in the Classroom The landscape of the classroom changes very quickly in the modern age, fuelled by innovation and technology. Significant leaps have been made from the abacus to the calculator, the notepad to the iPad – making teaching one of the most rewarding and exciting modern careers to embark upon. Electronic learning […]

How Interactive Technology Can Aid Learning in the Classroom

The last decade has witnessed an explosion in the availability and use of interactive technology in the classroom with a growing focus on embedding IT in teaching and learning. Only ten years ago interactive whiteboards, now commonplace in classrooms across the country, were in their infancy while iPads and e-book readers were unheard of. In […]

Social Media in Schools: The Do's & Don'ts

Impact of Social Media on Schools The first ever email was sent in 1971, but it wasn’t really until 2002, with the creation of websites like Friendster, that social media really began to impact society. This ability to communicate online has led to impressive developments, and it can be a powerful tool for learning. Overall, […]

Social Media in Schools: The Do’s & Don’ts

Impact of Social Media on Schools The first ever email was sent in 1971, but it wasn’t really until 2002, with the creation of websites like Friendster, that social media really began to impact society. This ability to communicate online has led to impressive developments, and it can be a powerful tool for learning. Overall, […]

The Best Way to Use Technology in the Classroom

Teaching and Technology: The Digital Age of Teaching The last decade has seen a revolution in the use of new classroom technologies which has helped to overhaul teaching and learning in schools across the UK. It may come as a shock to those whose last school experience was as a pupil 20 or more years […]