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Flipping: A light goes on

By Beth Lamb So, you are a digital class or teacher? You work in a 1:1 environment? From a paperless school? That means you’ve cracked it right? The digital utopia is yours, you are a 21st century educator leading edge, etc, etc. But somewhere in the back of […]

Robots and numbers

Mathematics is a subject that has had its ups and downs. One single problem can generate high levels of curiosity or anxiety. So, in the age of unlimited access to technology, how do we teach our students modern learning skills with an understanding of mathematical concepts? Enter Sphero. […]

Code Champions: ‘All About Code’

Is your child or student interested in learning about computer programming? Code Champions is hosting a day devoted to all things coding. As the name suggests, ‘All About Code’ will introduce attendees to a range of programming ideas, approaches and principles. The day will be held at Saint […]

Try flipping your teaching with Facebook

Ever thought of using Facebook in your classroom? The world’s most popular social media service is accessible and intuitive, and offers an awesome way to ‘flip’ the way you teach, explains Matt Lambert. When many people think about teenagers and their use of Facebook, or any form of […]

Duinotech Coding and Electronics Learning Kit

Interested in exploring the basics of electronics and coding with your students? The Duinotech Learning Kit has all the bits and pieces to get you started with the world of Arduino programming – including an Uno Main Board with USB Cable, servo motor, joystick, buzzer, LED Matrix Module, […]

Win! Tablet and Notebook Stand

Hold your computing device safely and securely on your desk, at home or on your travels, with this Tablet and Notebook Stand from Targus. It’s able to operate in portrait or landscape modes and displays in six different tilt positions. Lightweight (just 482g) yet sturdy, the stand is […]

Win! Selfie Ring Light

Ever tried to take a selfie and the light isn’t quite right or you’re in a shadow … or any number of reasons why you’re not looking your absolute best. Well, no more. The Selfie Ring Light could be the answer whether indoor or outdoor, daytime or at […]

Wanted: Your experiences with coding

Are you using computer programming in your classroom? If so, we’re keen to hear from you for a ‘special feature’ in our next issue. We want you to tell us about your experiences using coding in your students’ learning. Just get in touch with INTERFACE Editor Greg Adams […]

Win! Bobino Desk Cable Clip

Keep your cables organised and easy-to-reach on your desk with the Bobino Desk Cable Clip. Simply slide onto the edge of your desk and it’s ready to use. Thanks to its special ‘S’ shape, the clip fits all desk thicknesses up to 6 cm. It can hold three […]

Don’t miss the 2018 MADE Awards

Interested in digital creativity? Now in their 11th years, the MADE Awards 2018 are a fantastic way to challenge your students’ digital media skills. There are eight categories to choose from: Commercial; Music Video; Story Telling; Documentary; Creative Digital Image; Graphic Design; Photo Essay; and Open. Each is […]