Great Maths App – PhotoMath

Recently I discovered the app PhotoMath. It was described as the following on the app store: “PhotoMath is the world’s smartest camera calculator! Just point your camera to a Math problem, and PhotoMath will instantly display the answer. Join millions of users worldwide and make your learning progress faster and more enjoyable. Use it to…

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Using AutoCrat to create certificates

Autocrat is a great tool and can be a real time saver for teachers. I have been using autocrat in a number of ways, but the most basic way if you are using it for the first time would be to experiment with making certificates. I have also been using autoCrat to personalise learning focuses…

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Navigating and organising your Google Drive

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How could Periscope be used in education?

There has been a lot written about the app Periscope and how this could be the next big social media trend. As a teacher, naturally I have begun to think about possible ways that Periscope could be used in the classroom. For those of you that are not sure of what Periscope is, click this…

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Encouraging self-directed learning

In this day and age, one of my major goals as a teacher is to encourage self-directed learning. In my mind, if I can do this and make my students realise that they can learn anywhere, anytime, and without a teacher, then I believe I will have gone a long way to helping my students…

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