Teachers often ask me about ways to mirror their iPad2 to their Whiteboard. There are a few ways to do this, One is Using Apple TV, a great tool but this can be a bit of a faff because you need to buy an extra cable. In some cases your classroom will have a VGA […]
After running 2 highly successful events in 2009 and 2010. A group of Apple Distinguished Educators liased with Leigh Academy in Dartford Kent to provide Creativity workshops for the School’s Annual Creativity week.
This year just 12 ADEs travelled to the school from all over the country.
This years theme was “The Heart” My workshop […]
I was one of the Podcasting Pionneers within Stoke-on-Trent City Council. After delivering presentations to the ICT working group, I worked on Podcasting projects with schools throughout the city using both PC and Mac solutions.
The L.E.A decided that it needed a central Podcasting repository, after reviewing the options, and taking cost into account I […]
I received a call from the brilliant and talented Joe Moretti, Joe was looking for someone to write and article for his online magazine in2IT. I naturally jumped at the chance. I penned a little article about Twitter and the multitude of add-ons that are available for it.
To read the magazine go […]
Media Technologist, Phil Gregory traveled to Smallthorne Primary School to teach children and staff how to get started with Podium Podcasting software in their school. The children who were taught would then act as mentors to pass the skills on to other students in Year 5.
I use Apple Macs extensively for education and training in many areas, and due to Mac OS X’s superiority in comparison to Windows, this looks set to become increasingly common in schools and businesses.
With the Macintosh now the PC of choice for many hard-core technology professionals, and Mac skills an in-demand speciality […]