As educators, we can easily get flustered by the number of tasks to do and meetings to attend. The playlist below will guide you through the various apps that can help you stay on top of it all.

Here is a video that shows you how to organize your files in Pages, Keynote and Numbers. The following video shows you how you can share your iWork files on your iPad with others using iCloud, AirDrop, Mail and other cloud servers.  

Here’s a collated list of useful resources to help educators and students in their use of Blackboard Learn:                

Why tweet?

Monday, 21 April 2014 by

If you’ve been wondering about Twitter and how to go about using it to develop your personal learning network, here is a great video that guides you through the Twitter way of life. You can find the guides they are referring to in the video on the Cyberwise website at You can also find a

Which apps should I use?

Sunday, 13 April 2014 by

As teachers, we don’t always have time to find good apps and there are millions of them out there now, so we need to rely on others to help narrow down the search. Here are some websites to help get you started.   Mobile technology apps. Decide what your students need to do and then

Do you need technology to engage your students? No, even without technology there were disengaged students. They found others ways to pass the time in a boring class. Here is an excellent example of bad teaching and disengaged students. A good teacher, however, uses various tools, activities and humour to engage their students. This may