EdTech Roundup – 14th July

Reading around the EdTech blogosphere this week and I’ve come across two golden oldies that you may have missed, and one excellent new post. Here’s a few of the best: Making EdTech Work with K-12 – A great post that explores some of the common misconceptions of using educational technology with primary school children and presents … [Read more…]

E-safety: The case for a radical rethink

When we explore e-safety with students…You can’t swim without water! This was the take home message from the e-safety experts at Fantastict, during the 2014 Frog Conference this year. Then, they asked what I now consider to be the most important question for anyone working with e-safety. How can we model the safe and effective … [Read more…]


Hello there, and a very warm welcome to EdTechSchool! I started this blog so that good practice with educational technology could be captured and shared with the teaching community. So often, good practice is created and applied but it remains confined to experts, schools with entrenched good practice, or specialist CPD days. This is a … [Read more…]