In this video I show how simple and quick it is to carry out Chromebook repairs yourself and save you hundreds in spare parts. Admittedly, since the video was originally made, things have a got a little more complicated. At the time you didn’t have to worry about screen sizes or resolutions — most Chromebooks similar sized screens. And there wasn’t a hope of finding a touchscreen in a Chromebook. But the video still holds up and covers the basics of replacing a Chromebook screen really well.
Pinterest is a great tool for teachers to collate online learning resources and share them with students. But the problem with Pinterest is that it’s completely outside of school control and can contain material inappropriate for schools. Now Google has stepped up to the plate with Google Collections — it’s Pinterest done the Google way […]
QuickStart Computing is a UK government backed, free comprehensive, national programme to help primary and secondary teachers to plan, teach and assess the new national curriculum for computing. It’s a free CPD toolkit designed to help teachers to develop and run successful CPD in their school or cluster. All primary and secondary schools will have […]
The videogame Minecraft has sold almost 14 million copies and has redefined the term indie game. Now thousands of teachers across the world are using MinecraftEDU in the classroom. In this series of videos we look at how one teacher is using the game in his classroom.