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Educational Blogs

Some Key Influences in the educational sector


Ask Sir

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David's background has centred around use of New Technologies to impact standards in the classroom. Writing results at Heathfield soared from 9% Level 5 to 60% Level 5 in 12 months after the implementation of new technologies and blogging. Each of the last three Year 6 classes to leave Heathfield Primary School have made double the national expected progress.

Website and blog of New York Times best selling author of "The Element", TED speaker, education and creativity expert...

TED Talks Education What should America do about its disastrous high school dropout rate? That's the focus of TED Talks Education, the first ever TED/PBS television special, hosted by John Legend, the award winning musician. The program looks not only at what's going wrong in high schools, but how to put it right.

The Envisioners

Thinking About The Future, Not Just Predicting It

My Blog - The Kids Coach Website

Just another WordPress site

The Whiteboard Blog - Supporting the use of technology in the classroom

You might already have heard of Comet ISON, but if you haven't then hopefully you'll be hearing a lot more about it soon. Comet ISON is heading this way and although it is too early to tell just yet, it is hoped that it will be very bright and light up the night sky in October/November 2013.


Educational iPad/iPod Touch and photography Site

David Hopkins

My name is David Hopkins, and I am a Learning Technologist at the University of Leicester. All views expressed here and in the posts are personal are are not representative of my employer; past, present, or future. Who am I?

Learning with 'e's

learning, technology, education, steve, wheeler, social media, internet, mobile, school, teachers

Mark Anderson's Blog | education, learning & technology

education, learning & technology

The Whiteboard Blog

The Whiteboard Blog by @DannyNic is all about supporting technology in the classroom - and that's why it's one of our favourite blogs out there. Danny Nicholson describes himself as an educator, Science teacher, ICT Consultant, PGCE lecturer, Author and Interactive Whiteboard Trainer.




Let's speculate that before this year's cohort of first-year teachers retires from math education more than 50% of American classrooms will feature 1:1 technology. That's a conservative prediction - both in the timeline and the percentage - and it's more than enough to make me wonder what makes for good curricula in a 1:1 classroom.