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magazine.T4L is an online magazine designed for use in the classroom and staffroom. Whether you’re passionate about tech, or just starting your journey, you will find an easy snapshot of tech solutions for your classroom and links to boost your digital knowledge.
We hope you share this handy guide from the Technology 4 Learning (T4L) team with colleagues and students. Don’t forget to tune into T4L TV to stay in touch and make sure you bookmark our website as a favourite. We hope this digital magazine inspires you and we look forward to seeing you at an upcoming T4L event!
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The Beginning Teacher Tech Guide has everything you need to get started and online from day one.
magazine.T4L celebrates its 21st issue with a how-to edition, making life easier for teachers with step-by-step guides.
Investigate new innovations in our lab and boost your approach to building a more accessible classroom.
Explore the art of creating videos in Canva and learn how to open a window to the world with Google meet.
Explore classroom resources designed to stimulate computational thinking and discover app design techniques.
Teachers share their tips to help you develop your practice, skills and knowledge in the digital space.
Take your classroom to the cloud with digital classroom hubs for Microsoft Teams, Adobe and Google.
Explore the best features of Teams, Google classroom and Apple classroom, and discover their functionality.
Discover how to get the best out of digital documents with Word, Google and Apple, and learn about micro:bit.
Review success stories of 2020, learn about podcasting, explore robots by stage and discover Presenter Coach.
Audio description for issue 13 coming soon
Check out EDUtech 2020, learn about virtual reality, discover 3D printing techniques and explore robotics.
Boost your presentation skills with timesaving hacks and creativity tips using Keynote, Slides and Powerpoint.
Explore the power of robotics. Check out the new robots in the lab and meet a real-life robotics engineer.
Discover open ended tech activities that will get your students building, creating and engineering.
Delve into 3D design tools for the classroom, learn how to teach maths online and discover Google Earth.
Boost your skills with digital assessment and feedback hacks and check out learning from home resources.
Discover how to move from a physical to a digital classroom with confidence, using anywhere, anytime learning.
Explore your creative side as we test and showcase inspiring apps that will get you writing and designing.
This issue is dedicated to coding to celebrate Hour of Code, and offers a myriad of resources and activities.
Discover how PC robotics and a tiny micro:bit can change up the classroom and get your students to problem-solve.
Review recommendations for Mobile Computers on Wheels (MoCoWs) and Mobile Learning Displays (MLDs).
See the following updated ESIS advice on the safe use of 3D Printers in schools.
This inaugural issue explores 3D printing in the real world, as well as the top 3D models and printing apps.
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