Collaborative writing is fun and it’s a very fast way to share ideas or other pieces of text within a group — in my case a classroom. Using publicly available solutions is ok (e.g. yourpart.eu is a good starting point) […]
In Germany a competition was arranged to find schools which are very successful at teaching MINT subjects — and to find out why. Most results agree with my own experiences. The winner school has been praised for implementing a digital […]
UPDATE: See below. Mirroring mobile screens to a whiteboard beamer is extremely useful to teach how to do something. The possibility to share students screens too is not only engaging but makes sure that everyone is involved. When starting this […]
Mirroring mobile screen to the Whiteboard This obviously has to be done next. As my students mobiles (see part 1) have both Android and iOS devices a solution has to support both (so a Miracast or Apple TV Box is […]
This term one of my classes (starting higher general secondary school with 14/15 year old students) is a class equipped just with one pc and a beamer. No laptops and perhaps only sometimes the possibility to use a computer lab. […]
The son of my neighbour finished school a year ago and went to a renown University studying a technical subject. He told me, after one year of studying, that it’s very hard to master all the tasks and that he […]
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