We’ve all seen it – a teacher who has done something successful with tech for the first time. Some teachers will shout and air-punch with delight, others might quietly smirk as they try to keep their back-patting to themselves or, some merely mutter “it worked” (as they mop their brow of perspiration). Whatever their reaction, everyone in the room is happy and will share that warm and fuzzy feeling on the inside.
Whatever it is that a GDST teacher has done for the first time we want to hear about it! We want to help teachers celebrate their successes at improving learning in the classroom!
It could be that a teacher has used Google Slides for the first time (let’s be honest, we’re all sick of PowerPoint!), a teacher has given out their first interactive piece of homework on Firefly or a teacher who has finally got QR codes to work after weeks of trying.
Whatever has been done for the first time by a teacher, we want to hear about it! Your nomination might appear in the next edition of TECHNOPOLIS! So, don’t delay, send us your nominations and let us know which teacher we should be celebrating!