#ADE2013 Part 1 – it’s what you do with the technology that counts

At the end of last year Apple called for applications for the Apple Distinguished Educator programme.  The application consisted of a series of essays and a 2 minute video. Despite being heinously busy trying to finish reports, I figured I'd give it a go thinking that the application process itself would be an awesome reflective tool to document... Continue Reading →

Is Teaching a Creative Profession?

A few weeks ago, I was at meeting where the presenter remarked to the largely teacher audience that we would have to excuse her creative right-brain tendencies during her presentation. I've been ruminating about this off-hand remark for weeks, the idea that teaching isn't a particularly creative profession. Certainly when we think of creative fields,... Continue Reading →

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