In the classroom

Introducing real change in schools - it’s hard! by Mark Allen

It’s a little over ten years since I helped my first school move to the cloud. Since then, I’ve worked with hundreds of schools of all sizes, phases and sectors. I’ve ... Read More

Turning Up the VOLUME! by Louise Jones, Senior Consultant of the Cairngorm Futures Team

The ability and the power of sharing work for the right or authentic audience is a new concept to some educators. It is very powerful when pupils can choose their audience, ... Read More

What is a Digital Culture? by Louise Jones, Senior Consultant of the Cairngorm Futures Team

Just like most things, terminology in education changes, over the years we’ve seen e-learning, virtual learning, ICT for (and then ‘in’) Learning, digital learning and now ... Read More

RM Books and The First Minister's Reading Challenge by Bronwen Duly

The First Minister's Reading Challenge via e-books in Glow – your reading journey starts here The First Minister’s Reading Challenge was launched on 1st September 2016 and ... Read More

BYOD: Overcoming the Challenges by Steve Forbes

Throughout this blog series on BYOD and 1:1 Tablet Implementation, we’ll learn about the types of BYOD scheme, the numerous benefits, the challenges of implementing these ... Read More

BYOD: Exploring the Benefits by Steve Forbes

Throughout this blog series on BYOD and 1:1 Tablet Implementation, we’ll learn about the types of BYOD scheme, the numerous benefits, the challenges of implementing these ... Read More

BYOD: Is it Right for Your School? by Steve Forbes

Throughout this blog series on BYOD and 1:1 Tablet Implementation, we’ll learn about the types of BYOD scheme, the numerous benefits, the challenges of implementing these ... Read More

Are you using Microsoft Office Mix and Sway to their full potential? by Gerald Haigh

The great thing about Office 365 is that it never stands still. Because it’s cloud-based, updates, features and new applications are added, or become available, with ... Read More

Academies Opening in June 2016 by Rebecca Wren

The Department for Education didn’t release their list of open academies in June, so we thought we’d help. According to Edubase, as of 1st June 2016, there were 5,715 ... Read More

Not all broadband connections are equal, some are more equal than others! by Lauren Champion

It’s true. The Internet continues to shape how we communicate, interact, as well as the way we teach and learn. The quality and service of an internet connection that a ... Read More

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