Chromebook
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How to edit video on a Chromebook

Who needs a speedy PC when you’ve got Google’s cloud super computers to process your video?! Video editing in a web browser is one of those things which has always seemed out of the reach of Google’s wannabe laptop, but there are…

Ideas
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5 must-read books for primary school teachers

You’ve completed the PGCE (or you’re considering applying to complete one) you’ve applied for a job on Edustaff and secured a work placement for September and your wardrobe is decked out in lots of new, smart work wear. It’s important that…

Apple
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Many of Apple’s cloud services are offline

It looks like a bad day for any school’s reliant on Apple’s cloud services. It appears that many Apple services including iTunes, App Store, iTune U and the Apple development site are currently offline worldwide. Event Apple Support is currently…

News
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Introducing the ClassThink Daily!

More than 2000 readers get the latest edtech news in their inbox every month with the ClassThink newsletter, but I keep hearing that you want more! To satisfy your insatiable desire for school technology news today we’re launching the ClassThink…

Conferences
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Check out Google Education on Air

On Saturday 9th of May I’ll be speaking at Google Education on Air, a free online conference hosted by Google demonstrating the latest Google technologies for schools. The conference runs from May 8th-9th and to get involved all you need…

Android
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Prezi is now available on Android

Prezi has been around since 2009 on the web but it’s only this week become available to download on Android phones and tablets. Teachers love Prezi because it lets you create dynamic, exciting presentations and is really simple to use –…

Chromebook
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How to customise your Google Classroom theme

Google has just released a some great new additions to Google Classroom that let teachers give a personal touch to their online lessons. Customising your Google Classroom First up, you can now customise your Google Classroom’s theme. Until now you’ve only…

Android
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Google Play for Education launches in the UK

Google Play for Education is going to change the way you distribute digital content in your school, and it’s just launched in the UK. Stand back, my head is about to explode! Alongside last year’s release of Google Classroom, Play for…

Chromebook
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Why comments disappear in Google Classroom

A few weeks ago I wrote an article explaining how you can give student feedback in Google Docs using the comments and suggestions features. Following this several teachers reported that their feedback comments were disappearing for students, although the teacher could still…

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