Despite everyone’s best intentions, in-service professional learning for teachers remains one of the most poorly delivered aspects of our education system. Is the time right for Teacher CPD through e-learning? Bernard Dady compares some options.
This year, the Annual ITTE Conference will be held in Winchester. Building on the success of last year’s conference, we will join with MirandaNet as TPEA – the Technology, Pedagogy and Education Association. For the latest information about speakers and sessions, and to book your ticket, please visit: http://conference.itte.org.uk
Professional Crossroads and Identity Crises: Finding My Tribe
Dr Elizabeth Hidson shares her professional journey from IT teacher to teacher researcher, thinking about educational shifts in educational technology over the last 20 years.
The recently published Educational Technology Strategy from the DfE has certainly got the discussions on use of technology in schools going again. This is a good thing after too long where its been pretty much ignored at that level. Twitter …Continue reading →
In the 19th century fairy tale Goldilocks was looking for the right chair, the right bowl of porridge, and the right bed. At times we may be like Goldilocks looking for the right educational technology that we can use with our learners.
Amongst the many treasures on the ITTE website is an archive of the association’s newsletters starting with Number 31 from 1999. You can read them here: Newsletter Archive The three newsletters in the archive from 1999 still make for an …Continue reading →
Photo by rawpixel on Unsplash Ofsted recently announced a consultation over its proposed new framework. Here are five links you may find useful and interesting. Ofsted launches consultation New freedoms, old challenges Evidence-based teaching: what’s striking or new about it? New Ofsted inspection …Continue reading →