Social Media

31 Mar
Top characteristics of a 21st century classroom
Category: Bespoke School Websites, Educatio...
How do you imagine a modern 21st century classroom? The reality is that the school environment in which most students learn remains old-fashioned in terms of how the classroom i...
15 Feb
3 Simple Steps to Online Student Collaboration
Category: Breaking News, e-Portfolios, Goog...
Online student collaboration can play an important part in improving engagement and results. According to noted teaching expert Barbara Gross Davis; “Students working in small g...
25 Nov
5 ways to use Social media in the Secondary Classroom
Category: Lesson Ideas, Social Media
Social media can have a very positive impact on teaching and learning in the secondary classroom. Here are 5 examples of safe and engaging learning activities that make use of S...
31 Oct
Why Student Jotter is a valuable tool for teaching e-safety
Category: Learner Journey
How do you store your pupil’s work? With teachers facing mountains of paperwork, traditional student work portfolios are becoming cumbersome and out of date. The rise of the int...
16 Sep
How will new forms of Social Media change Education?
Category: ICT Tips, School Website Content,...
How will new forms of Social Media Change Education? Web 2.0 saw the Internet move away from static ‘access only’ webpages into an arena in which learners could inte...
21 Oct
Mainstream Social Networks Undermine Moral Development – Report
Category: e-Safety, School Website Design, ...
Interesting article debates whether childrens’ behaviour is being influenced as the line between fact and gossip becomes increasingly blurred thanks to unmoderated social ...
05 Oct
Is Social Media Good or Bad for Schools?
Category: e-Portfolios, e-Safety, Learner J...
The press is increasingly featuring stories that warn of the negative impacts of social media on school age children. Popular public social networking sites such as Twitter and ...