Shane Spence, creator and director of meTV, gives Teacher a special, behind the scenes glimpse into the making of the daily in-school television program.
Melbourne teacher, Lois Smethurst, reviews TinyTap, a free app that takes advantage of touch-screen technology and allows students to make games.
A new study has found 'text speak' does not have a negative impact on the development of children's grammar and spelling.
In this month's video, Teacher finds out more about the Learning Interaction Classroom facilities at the Science of Learning Research Centre.
Mal Lee presents the first of six articles exploring the evolution that occurs when schools leave their traditional ‘paper’ operational base and move to one that is digital.
With technology prevalent in society, we need to look closely at the physical aspects of how to use it safely and welcome new accessories into learning spaces. Here, Christine Haynes reviews the laptop riser.
Using iPads to collect and track data in real time has helped educators in western Sydney develop an early intervention program for children entering Kindergarten.
Most secondary school students have a mobile phone, and most mobile phones have a camera, MP3 player, video camera and a stopwatch. Jarrod Robinson explains why schools should stop confiscating these amazing pieces of technology, and how phones can be used to engage students in learning.
Do you think game-thumbing young people are stupid, antisocial zombies, while skaters are just, well, stupid, antisocial teenagers on skateboards? It might be time to think again.
Our schools and our students are very good at using technology, but if we want to thrive in the 21st century, we and our students need to become very good at doing technology.