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Distributed practice or mass practice: which should you use and when?

As a teacher, it’s important that you give your students plenty of time to practise the information you’ve taught them in class. Distributed practice and mass practice are two common […]

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How to foster inclusion in a classroom: a guide for teachers

In today’s diverse world, fostering an inclusive classroom environment has become a fundamental goal for educators. By creating an environment where all voices are valued and respected, you give every […]

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Best resources for teachers’ professional development

Are you looking for teacher development resources to help you with your professional development? Whether you’re looking for new ideas to keep your teaching fresh or want to learn more […]

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What is constructivism, and how can you apply it in your teaching?

As a teacher, you’re likely always on the lookout for new learning theories and teaching methods to apply in your classroom. If that’s the case, then you might be interested […]

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What is digital citizenship, and how can you prepare your students?

In the 21st century, it’s impossible to overstate the role that technology plays in our lives. From the moment we wake up to the time we go to bed, we […]

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15 best sources for free educational videos for teachers

Looking for high-quality educational videos for students that are free and easy to use in the classroom? Look no further than the thousands upon thousands of free educational videos you […]

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How the ActivPanel helps students with disabilities

At Promethean we know that no two learners are exactly alike. Making sure that classroom technology is versatile to cater to a broad range of needs is essential for providing […]

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Edtech: let’s get physical

Digital technology has done so much to shape the way we learn and teach in the 21st Century. But there’s one aspect of education that we tend to forget when […]

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Making music with the ActivPanel

Learning music provides so many benefits for children that extend beyond the music classroom. From maths to language skills, even brain growth, incorporating songs into your lessons across the curriculum […]

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Getting artistic with the ActivPanel

From kindy to year 12, art class is a popular favourite for students and teachers alike. But with the cost of materials (not to mention the clean-up), getting crafty can […]

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How to prevent cyberbullying in schools

It’s so important to have a plan in place to deal with bullying when we see it. But what about when we can’t see it? While cyberbullying can be harder […]

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Combating learning loss with edtech

Learning loss is a big topic of conversation amongst educators today, as we find new ways to navigate lockdowns and disruptions to education. Thankfully, just as edtech and communications technology […]

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Rules and procedures in classroom management

Classroom management is all about setting the standard of behaviour that you wish to see from your students. A clear set of rules and procedures that students can base their […]

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How to use phones in the classroom

Many schools, teachers, Australian states, and even entire countries across the world have instilled a zero-tolerance policy for phones within the classroom. While the debate rages on whether phones have […]

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How to use concept mapping in the classroom

Concept mapping is an easy-to-implement and effective teaching strategy that can help students better comprehend and understand course content. Rather than simply memorising facts, concept mapping enables students to build […]

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12 great digital brain breaks to help your class focus

It’s no secret that kids struggle to maintain focus and concentration in the classroom. The repercussions of this can be felt by teachers instantly – not to mention the long-lasting […]

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Teaching from the cloud: which online strategies are on the rise?

Cloud-based teaching and learning strategies have been on the rise for the past few years, as more schools begin to make the most of the collaborative benefits and time-saving options […]

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Subtly introducing summative assessment with edtech

While summative assessment is a main part of measuring pedagogical outcomes and monitoring student understanding, it is not without challenge. Although some students thrive under pressure, others respond better to […]

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Collaborative learning: how can it help your students?

The concept of collaborative learning is very simple – it’s any situation where two or more students come together and work towards a common goal. And while it’s easy to […]

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What will the classrooms of the future look like?

While many schools have tried remote and hybrid learning models over the past year, it seems most likely that education will remain classroom-based wherever possible. In fact, the Promethean State […]

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Top tips for a restful Christmas

School has ended for the year, and the festive season is here! It’s safe to say that 2020 has been a year like no other, so resting and recharging should […]

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Overcoming staff training as a barrier to edtech uptake

In Promethean’s recent roundtable, ‘The State of Technology in Education – The Big Debate’, a group of experts from across Australia joined Education Futurist, Tony Ryan, to discuss all things […]

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Which subjects benefit most from edtech?

Promethean’s 2019 State of Technology in Education Report revealed that 94% of educators have access to handheld tablets in their school, and a further 91% have access to interactive front […]

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4 quick ways to level up your edtech knowledge

In Promethean’s 2019 State of Technology in Education Report, 54 percent of educators believed that whilst they received some training and support, more could be done. Furthermore, only 7 percent […]

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