Will iPad purchases make a comeback against Chromebooks?

There's been a lot written lately about the losing battle for the hearts and minds of schools between Google and Apple (not to mention Microsoft's resurgence), mostly evidenced by the sales of Chrome Books beating iPads in the last few years. A lot of that chatter comes down to 2 points. Price - Chrome Books … Continue reading Will iPad purchases make a comeback against Chromebooks?

STEM Elements

One of our most popular regional events is the "STEM and Digital Technologies" workshop we offer. Teachers have a day to explore both the pedagogy of STEM and get hands on with a range of technologies, from Sphero SPRK+, to low tech gear like popsical sticks and ping pong balls! You can see a Twitter … Continue reading STEM Elements

Listen to the Learning Chatter

If you're like me then you love using technology to engage and motivate learning in your classroom. One of the 'hits' you often have to take when you do this is being labelled as a 'teacher into toys.' It's frustrating to hear since you know and have seen the difference they can make for your … Continue reading Listen to the Learning Chatter

Coding Resources Hyperdoc

There will be a load of teachers in Australia and New Zealand starting to think about planning for the year ahead with a new class and a new group of students. One of the things we are always hoping to do is to inspire and motivate them in those first few weeks. What better way … Continue reading Coding Resources Hyperdoc

What’s your Favourite iPad App?

Do you get asked this at all? Every digital trainer who works with iPads gets this a lot and the answer is usually, "It depends what you want to do." It's like asking someone about their favourite device. You couldn't get by with just one of them. It's the 'right tool for the right job' … Continue reading What’s your Favourite iPad App?