Tag Archives: education

What does “evidence-based practice” mean in the world of educational technology?

Regular readers of this blog may have noticed a downturn in the frequency of my posts over the past few months. The main reason for this is that I have been utterly consumed by writing an application to a large funding scheme. I asked you for support with that proposal in this recent post and was overwhelmed by the […]

NFC, learning, and the Magic Cloud

I’m delighted to feature a guest blog today from a colleague here at Moray House School of Education, called Andrew Manches.  Andrew is a former teacher and now researcher with an interest in how children learn through physical interaction with objects including technology. Developments in digital technology give us new ways to represent, manipulate, and […]