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As an avid Twitter user and participant of the hash chat, I have been thinking could Twitter be used to deliver CPD courses in a social way? As sort of 'not so massive online course'. I would like to invite you to join with me in an experiment.
Earlier this year Ray earned a Silver award for Outstanding use of Technology in Education, and last Sunday he was presented with the Gold Platos Awards For Outstanding Teachers within the same category.
written by Allison Linn - senior writer at Microsoft Research. Follow her on Twitter.
Microsoft has released a new computer science curriculum designed for teens who may not have expressed much interest in computer programming – and teachers who don’t necessarily have any background in the field, either.
Radio 1's Alice Levine takes five girls who can take selfies, to see if they can take on the male-dominated world of digital technology. Half of all gamers are women - but only four percent code them. Only seven of the richest 100 tech billionaires are female.
Ross Lowe, a student Developer shares his thoughts on the responses he has experienced with the BBC Micro:Bit
I get asked this at BETT every year, people are thinking how they can use this consumer technology in the classroom (or how they can persuade their spouse that they need one for work!). It is relative high investment in a device maybe?
Last week another edition of the MIE Minute Newsletter went out to our Expert Educators, containing within it a wealth of content from our global network of teachers. As ever, there are some sharable items that will be of interest to the broader education community, and questions that we're opening up for anyone to answer.