Guest bloggers on Mr. Hill’s Musings:
Dickie Wada-Thomas has many years of teaching experience across primary school and is now ICT Co-ordinator. Dickie has two children of his own. Follow him on Twitter @dickiewt.
Tima Nisbet is a valued member of my PLN and an active member of our #pypbookstudy group. Originally from Canada, she is an experienced primary school teacher who currently teaches at an international school in Tanzania. With a background in humanities, a Masters in reading and literacy and a drama background, Tima brings enthusiasm and fun to her classroom. Follow her on Twitter @ebonwing.
Brett Healey is an experienced primary school teacher who previously taught in Australia and the UK before moving to Hong Kong. He is passionate about literacy and thinking skills and is undertaking a research masters degree in children’s writing experiences. Follow Brett on Twitter @MrBWHealey.
Alvin Kwok, Bryan Lam, Bryan Li and Michael Tong are Year Five students at Victoria Shanghai Academy, Hong Kong. For their PYP Exhibition, they inquired into various cyber threats, how they work and how we can protect ourselves.
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My guest posts on other blogs:
The Learning Scientists is a group of university professors across the USA who are passionate about the science of learning and research-informed teaching practice. Follow them on Twitter @AceThatTest.
Teacher Tech Trials in an Ed Tech blog by Californian educator Corey Engstrom. Corey interviews teachers from all over the world to learn more about technology integration and how it can be used to enhance learning. Follow Corey on Twitter @ttechtrials.
EdTech 4 Beginners is Neil Jarret’s blog. Originally from the UK, Neil teaches Year 6 and coordinates maths in an international school in Bangkok. Neil regularly writes for TES, Scholastic and other well-known publishers. His blog was a finalist in the UK Blog Awards 2017. Follow Neil on Twitter @edtechneil.
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