Happy New Year! This year has flown by and it doesn’t seem that long ago that I was reflecting on 2014. Tekhnologic had only been around for a few months so it felt quite easy. This time around, I have a … Continue reading 2015 in review and 2016 in view
Over the last few weeks I have written some Christmas themed posts, so this week I am introducing a winter themed activity. Contents Introduction Download the template Edit the template Playing the game Low-tech version Introduction Personally, I find a falling snowflake is … Continue reading Clues & Snowflakes
Windows 10 has just been released, but I haven’t seen anything written about it from a teacher’s perspective. Microsoft has been working on Windows 10 since last year, but it was officially released on July 29th, 2015. What are the … Continue reading 3 things teachers should know about Windows 10
Whether you love them or hate them, gap fill exercises seem to be everywhere. If you are teaching from a course book you are always going to come across a gap fill exercise. If you are teaching using music, you … Continue reading Gap Fill Exercises – Reviewing the answers with PowerPoint
This is part of the “What’s your story?” blog challenge being hosted by Vicky Loras. It took me a long time before I could think of ‘my story’, then I realized that one of the biggest changes in my life … Continue reading My Story – Why I started to blog
Tekhnologic had an amazing start in 2014. It seems like a good time to reflect before the New Year rolls in. So, Let’s take a look at the four most popular posts of 2014. The Big Reveal! The Big Reveal was … Continue reading Looking back. Looking forward.
I use MS Office as a teaching aid in my classes. I am learning a lot at the moment about Microsoft PowerPoint, Excel, and Word. As I learn and try things out I want to be able to share them … Continue reading Tekhnologic begins.