Raspberry Pi is a stripped down computer without the casing, that provides a very cheap means of teaching programming to children.
As good as phones are nowadays, battery life has always been an issue.
Back when instant cameras were popular, people loved being able to take a quick snapshot and have it straight away.
More and more great minds in education are jumping on the Twitter bandwagon, and are ready to be followed!
Twitter user Pete Jones (@Pekabelo) has created a wonderfully visual map of educators and blogs to follow on Twitter.
Screen Chomp is an iPad app which allows you to support your pupils – even when you’re not there!
The nature of assessment is changing. It isn’t just about a grade at the end of a test. It’s now about giving an overall picture of a pupils’ progress and achievements.
More and more evidence of learning is captured through photographs, videos and sound bites. The problem with this is collecting, organising and sharing this evidence isn’t always practical. Three Ring is a service for teachers that bridges that gap.
Kickstarter is almost like Dragon’s Den for us peasants!
Evernote is a very clever notebook which stores; audio notes, text notes, websites, photos and PDF’s online, which means you can access your notes at work, home and on the go.