Why don't teachers have business cards..?

Why don’t teachers have business cards..?

April 21, 2014  |  reflection  |  5 Comments  |  Share

Finding ways to keep conversations going.

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Learning Computational Thinking

Learning Computational Thinking

17/04/2014  |  No Comments

Is there more to 'Computing' than 'Computer Science', and more to 'Computer Science' than 'coding'? more

Reflections on Oppi

Reflections on Oppi

17/04/2014  |  No Comments

Last week I was privileged to visit Finland again, almost exactly a year after my first visit I was there for the Oppi festival of learning, organised by the fantastic team at Suklaa Reflections on Oppi more

Pipelines for ed-tech ideas

Pipelines for ed-tech ideas

16/04/2014  |  No Comments

I've written some thoughts on the challenges of sourcing ideas from schools and teachers over on the Nesta blog. To read it, head over to the Nesta site, and feel free to leave your comments there. Pipelines for ed tech ideas on Nesta more

Nesta research projects, 3 months in

Nesta research projects, 3 months in

03/04/2014  |  No Comments

An update on my work at Nesta to date more

Computing and coffee breaks #compcpd

Computing and coffee breaks #compcpd

31/03/2014  |  No Comments

Systematic thinking as an economic argument for Computing Education. more

Cesar Hidalgo on the importance of tools

Cesar Hidalgo on the importance of tools

29/03/2014  |  No Comments

Could tools make your work more efficient and your messages more effective? more

Flight: teacher networks in the sharing economy

Flight: teacher networks in the sharing economy

17/03/2014  |  No Comments

An event at Nesta, London, 26th March 2014 more

Excited about efficiency

Excited about efficiency

26/02/2014  |  1 Comment

A different take on developing teaching from John Hattie more

Papert on Maths: Why 'no good' is no good

Papert on Maths: Why ‘no good’ is no good

04/02/2014  |  No Comments

Seeking to clarify my thoughts on why digital making is important, I've been re-reading Papert's seminal 'Mindstorms'. I came across more


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