Author Archives: mrpbps

Searching Better With Google

As I’m back at work as a casual academic, (very casual some might say), I’ve had cause to revisit the world of Google Search via the Search Tools and Advanced Search options in the main Google Search as well as … Continue reading

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Penning in 3D

Some time back I noticed the 3Doodler Pen via Kickstarter and as I had long hankered after a 3D construction option but lacked the funds to purchase a full-on 3D printer this seemed a cost effective entree to the field … Continue reading

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Can I Tickle Your Fancy

This last weekend I got to attend and join in with yet another of the great TeachMeet Melbourne events. Amongst a range of presentations, a special shoutout is due to Roland Gesthuizen for his hugely funny retrospective on how he ‘travelled to … Continue reading

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38 Reasons Why Every Educator Needs an iPad Pro

Since its five years of inception, iPad has truly transformed the way we create, the way we learn, and the way we work. And the all new iPad Pro is all set to take the create-work-learn paradigm to an all … Continue reading

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Cell Phone Parenting Advice | Common Sense Media

Watch videos on cell phone parenting. Get expert advice from Common Sense Media editors. Sourced through Scoop.it from: http://www.commonsensemedia.org This page from the huge resource that is Common Sense Media contains a number of short videos which explore the allure … Continue reading

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iPad Monthly | professional development | teachers | ipads | resource

The home page of the ipad monthly newsletter. Sourced through Scoop.it from: http://www.ipadmonthly.com The iPad Monthly is a relatively new, (they are five issues in) Professional Development Newsletter created and distributed under the aegis of Paul Hamilton who has been … Continue reading

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Do You Need To Get Smarter With Your Data, The ACCC Thinks You Do

Identity theft is an often ignored downside of our highly connected world. One recent report found that “…… identity crime is one of the most common crime types in Australia, affecting between 750 000 to 900 000 people each year, with an estimated annual cost … Continue reading

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