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Innovate My School Magazine

Free to all schools, the Innovate My School Magazine contains a range of innovative educational insights that will inspire, challenge and excite schools, teachers and educators across the country.

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March 2014

  • Bett Show review
  • Coding: Is it a necessity in the classroom?
  • The iPad revolution
  • Google Apps vs Office 365
  • Product round-up
  • Designing the perfect computing curriculum
  • Twinterview with Edron Academy in Mexico City
  • Technology trends in primary science
  • Implementing 1:1 learning

September 2013

  • A day in the life of an iPad teacher
  • What is BYOD and why is it important?
  • 3D in the classroom: A grand illusion?
  • Top 5 tips for schools using social media
  • Giving students a global audience
  • Videoing for professional development
  • How useful is a 3D printer for schools?
  • Innovation speed dating

March 2013

  • Teaching with tablets
  • Whooshing through a narrative
  • eSafety: The balance between filtering and monitoring
  • Five essential elements of an authentic playground
  • The thinking and talking approach to homework
  • Product user reviews
  • SEN and the gift of technology
  • The National Enterprise Challenge

September 2012

  • App combos with the iPad
  • Physical inspiration: The unseen benefits of school sports
  • Going SOLO: An introduction to the taxonomy everyone’s talking about
  • The basics of classroom management part 4: Rebuilding relationships
  • What “independent” careers guidance really means - and how to provide it
  • Twinterview with SEN and IT specialist
  • Product user reviews
  • Curtailing the calculator
  • Finding the best freebies for your school

May 2012

  • Twinterview with New Schools Network
  • iPods and apps at ESSA Academy
  • Preparing pupils for Oxbridge interviews
  • Staff and social media: A head teacher’s perspective
  • The basics of good classroom management, part three: consequences
  • Learning basic programming and engineering
  • Cutting-edge catering at Plymstock School

March 2012

  • Augmenting reality in the primary classroom
  • Choosing a book: part of the fun of reading
  • The basics of good classroom management, part two: bad behaviour
  • Developing international partnerships at George Abbot School
  • Making the most of your visit to an education show
  • Adapted Cycling at Ravenscliffe High School and Sports College
  • Reducing energy consumption and costs at large schools

December 2011

  • How to put creativity back into writing
  • The lost art of listening
  • Going for greatness
  • The basics of good classroom management, part one: prevention
  • How life experience can shape the future of pupils in schools
  • Managing iPads in the classroom

October 2011

  • Handwriting: cover the page or colour it?
  • A vision through sport
  • Socratic irony in the classroom: Clouseau or Columbo?
  • Drama in the classroom
  • The importance of nature in our schools
  • Facebook: how to keep your profile private
  • Are you as smart as a year 6 at tech?
  • Programming and the English language
  • Innovative ways of using an iPad in the classroom

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Publishing Dates 2014:

ISSUE EDITORIAL DEADLINE BOOKING DEADLINE ARTWORK DEADLINE PUBLISHING DATE
January - 10 January 17 January 11 February
May 6 May 13 May 20 May 3 June
September 12 September 19 September 3 October 14 October
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