UKEdMag: June 2014 Issue 06

For many years pedagogy and technology have been converging and digital communication and skills are essential to navigate the modern world. This June 2014 issue of UKEdMagazine has a focus on educational technologies with contributors showcasing how tech is impacting in their classrooms.

Edited by @ICTMagic, the magazine remains free online. Because of feedback and demand, we are currently exploring options to print future copies of the magazine, of which we hope to report on soon. Watch this space.

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 June 2014 – Issue 06 – Contents…

Using Maps to Stimulate, by Julian S. Wood. An exploration of how Google Maps can help pupils explore the world, helping spark their imaginations.
Using Maps to Stimulate, by Julian S. Wood. An exploration of how Google Maps can help pupils explore the world, helping spark their imaginations.
Jobs: "The Times They Are A-Changing" by Andy Lewis. Explores how digital media is changing how people now search for the next steps on their career ladder.
Jobs: “The Times They Are A-Changing” by Andy Lewis. Explores how digital media is changing how people now search for the next steps on their career ladder.
The Top 20 Teaching / CPD Books - As nominated by the UKEdChat Community.
The Top 20 Teaching / CPD Books – As nominated by the UKEdChat Community.
Life After Levels, by Andy Knill. With levels being dismantled in England, this article explores how SOLO taxonomies can help plug the gaping gap which is going to be left.
Life After Levels, by Andy Knill. With levels being dismantled in England, this article explores how SOLO taxonomies can help plug the gaping gap which is going to be left.
Review - Bookshelf: Better than OK: Helping Young People to Flourish at School and Beyond.
Review – Bookshelf: Better than OK: Helping Young People to Flourish at School and Beyond.
Creative Coding, by Martin Burrett. An exploration of some of the simple online tools which can support the coding curriculum.
Creative Coding, by Martin Burrett. An exploration of some of the simple online tools which can support the coding curriculum.
Handwriting - What's the Point. We ask whether the skills of handwriting need to be taught in this age of keyboards and finger swiping!
Handwriting – What’s the Point. We ask whether the skills of handwriting need to be taught in this age of keyboards and finger swiping!
Computing - Wasn't even NEW in Greek Times, by James Abela. A look into the history of computing and the developments to get us to where we now are.
Computing – Wasn’t even NEW in Greek Times, by James Abela. A look into the history of computing and the developments to get us to where we now are.
Riding the Routes of the Internet - Do you know where your information goes? by Sway Grantham. Do you know how the information you are reading gets to you? This article explains the power of how information is transferred.
Riding the Routes of the Internet – Do you know where your information goes? by Sway Grantham. Do you know how the information you are reading gets to you? This article explains the power of how information is transferred.

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