Revisiting the iPad in education: 4 years on

When I first began writing about the iPad in education, I remember being enthused and excited by what it had to offer within the 21st century classroom. As one of the first colleges in the country to go iPad 1:1, I knew Parkside 6th were breaking new ground, with all the stresses that entailed. We learnt as we … Continue reading Revisiting the iPad in education: 4 years on

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Twitter: two sides to the story

In the Telegraph today, Bryony Gordon decries the use of Twitter as a vehicle for mawkish and inappropriate outbursts of grief at the death of Amy Winehouse. One tweet mentions that a reason to love Winehouse is because she 'once spat at Pippa Middleton'. However, for those of us fascinated by trends in education, Twitter … Continue reading Twitter: two sides to the story