Category : Matthew’s Blog

Microsoft’s Free 365Edu Summit

Super excited to be a speaker at this event. Please come along! Microsoft’s Free 365Edu Summit to be held in Johannesburg on 28-29th October 2017 […]

Rubric Generator

I’ve added a link to the Links page. I found a site where one can create rubrics quite quickly. You can print it out, save […]

The Tech Teachers FORUM launched!

The Tech Teachers FORUM is now LIVE! Connect with other teachers :: Collaborate & support Build the community of computer teachers An online forum has […]

TeachMeet 26 September 2017

An opportunity for teachers, librarians, coordinators, heads & IT managers interested in innovation in teaching & learning to learn and share classroom ideas.

The new Tech Teachers FORUM is coming!

  Time to launch [wpdevart_countdown text_for_day=”Days” text_for_hour=”Hours” text_for_minut=”Minutes” text_for_second=”Seconds” countdown_end_type=”date” end_date=”11-09-2017 00:59″ start_time=”1504625139″ end_time=”0,1,1″ action_end_time=”hide” content_position=”center” top_ditance=”10″ bottom_distance=”10″ ][/wpdevart_countdown]   An online forum has been […]

Matthew Hains : 2017-2018 Microsoft Innovative Educator Expert

Matthew Hains receives the status of Microsoft Innovative Educator Expert for the second year in a row. From : The Microsoft Innovative Educator (MIE) program […]

Matt hosting a talk at EduTECH Africa 2017

Revolutionise education in Africa, and attend Africa’s largest EdTech conference.  EduTECH Africa ignites new ideas and inspires the audience to think differently. Get ready to be […]

The “Theory” conundrum

Here we go again I find, from time to time, that teachers in our awesome CAT & IT Teachers Facebook Group start chatting about the […]