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Video Journal from the EdTech Expo

Caroline Keep, from the extremely successful MakerEd series, attended the EdTech Expo and shares three of her favourite finds.

She talks to Notetalker- an app which helps learners record their lesson and bookmark visual notes. The app saves huge amounts of time and organises your learning so you can become a more ‘active’ participant.

She then spoke to Spongy Elephant who offer bite-size CPD on a wide range of subjects.

Finally, she spoke to Kaligo who have a digital handwriting app which is great for literacy in Early Years.

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Caroline Keep

Caroline is a physics teacher at Penketh High School in Warrington. She is also the Director of Spark Penketh, the first school Makerspace in the UK embedding making across the curriculum and she has just won the 2018 TES New Teacher of the Year award for her work on STEAM learning! Caroline is also the co- founder of Liverpool Makefest, a festival to promote science, technology, engineering, art and maths and maker-education for young people. The festival is now in its fourth year and attracts over 5000 visitors annually. Caroline is also Founder of the Society of School Makerspaces, a founder member of the Guild of Makers and co-founder of the MakerNoise unconference on creativity, learning and maker education. Winner of the Nexus-Education ‘Edtech/ STEM’ blog award.

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