A quick share from Nik Peachey’s blog: Using Fake Text Messages to Create Learning Activities Fake your text messages

I was just looking through LinkedIn and I came across this post from Nik Peachey: It's another great technology tip from him, an interesting site for creating fake text message conversations.  However, not only is it a top tip but the article the post links to is packed full of great ideas for using the …

Halloween Reverse Taboo speaking activity

Image Credit: Alexas_Fotos on Pixabay.com A quick Halloween activity for the classroom aimed at intermediate and higher level  students with a focus on speaking fluency and revision of Halloween vocabulary. The idea for this activity came from a session I attended in September at the British Council's Annual Teachers' Conference in Bilbao.  Silvia Benítez and …

Kahoot homework

Image credit: kahoot blog https://kahoot.com/blog/2017/09/14/

Just a quick resource share and update, the engaging classroom game Kahoot has recently introduced a single player mode, or homework mode as they are pushing it.  This now means that students can engage with the quizzes independently as a homework revision activity outside of the classroom on a single screen. 

My digital toolbox 2016

This is a post that I originally published, but never really finished, back in September 2016 on my old Docs.com blog. The post looks at some of the digital tools that I was and for the most part  still am, using on a regular basis.