Making an effective presentation

Tuesday 19th January 2016 With Australian schools commencing the new school year next week, many Principals and teachers will find themselves making presentations to other staff members at their Term 1 staff development day. Don’t become a death-by-Powerpoint presenter! If you are asked to share some information with an audience, it is usually because you have a worthwhile idea or message to share. … Read More

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iOS in Education is about to get a whole lot better.

iPads have always been an attractive option as 1:1 devices in classrooms, but there have been significant drawbacks for use as shared devices. Not for much longer. The next iOS update (v9.3 – coming soon) will provide an enhanced sharing environment, allowing students to access their accounts on any device. Apple have also announced new management tools for teachers and school … Read More

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Compare Cloud Storage Options – 2016

The online file storage landscape has evolved over the past couple of years. While most providers offer a free storage option, their paid plans have gradually increased in storage capacity while reducing in cost. Here is an an update of what is currently available with the popular options… From an historical perspective, here is a similar comparison from 2013….

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The problem with driverless cars

Monday 4th January 2016 The self-driving car, that cutting-edge creation that’s supposed to lead to a world without accidents, is achieving the exact opposite right now: The vehicles have racked up a crash rate double that of those with human drivers. The glitch? They obey the law all the time, without exception. This may sound like the right way to … Read More

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