The April 2015 edition of UKEdMagazine will soon freely be available online, featuring the articles below. You can also obtain a free printed copy of the magazine, paying only for postage and packaging. Click here to visit our store or order, or have the printed magazine delivered to you each month by easily subscribing here.
This edition has an emphasis on technology, with the following contributions:
- Science Fiction or Science Fact?
Mark Anderson examines how science fiction has inspired the development of modern world and the technology around us.
- Beware of the Send Button
Our special UKEdChat feature discusses the potential dangers of sharing information online and how everyone must be responsible.
- Who is in Control?
Jill Turner discusses the power-play which happens in schools and classrooms and what you need to know to stay in control.
- Generate to Stimulate Reluctant Writers
Julian S Wood writes about his love of using online generations to make images to stimulate reluctant writers.
- Where do good ideas come from?
Stephen Lockyer explores where educators can get teaching ideas and some muses to inspire your creative side.
- To tech or not to tech
Rachel Jones discusses way we really should use technology and how it can best impact on the learning of our young people.
- Ten iPad Apps to Help Your Children Learn to Code
Danny Nicholson reviews ten iPad apps to get your students coding and creating games and much more.