Pearson have recently launched an online qualification in Spanish in response to the current shortage of modern foreign language teachers. Schools week have recently reported that from September 2018, students will have access to everything they need to complete their qualification. This includes tutors, tests and any resources they need. The surge in online qualifications … Continue reading The release of virtual qualifications
With some recent high profile cases currently circulating in the media, this blog will show you why your digital footprint matters. What is a digital footprint? A digital footprint is the trail of data that is collected when you are using the internet. This includes everything that you are involved with online. Some examples include: … Continue reading Why your digital footprint matters
This week is Anti-Bullying Week where the Anti-Bullying Alliance is encouraging all children, teachers and parents to take action against bullying of any kind. Cyber bullying is no different as the number of incidents of victims being attack online has increased by 37% in the last year alone. But what is cyber bullying? Cyber bullying is … Continue reading Cyber Bullying and How We Can Stop It
You may have heard of some famous YouTubers – Zoella, Pointless Blog, PewDiePie and KSI who are all very popular on YouTube. Some of these have been famous for a long time and have millions of subscribers collectively. But - how do you actually become a YouTuber? What is YouTube? YouTube is a video sharing … Continue reading How Do You Become a YouTuber?
The internet is part of most people’s everyday life. We use it to support our educational, working and social lives. But how many people consider how those three ‘lives’ that we live online could impact us, both positively and negatively? The recent media furore around Paris Brown, who was appointed as the Youth Police and Crime Commissioner … Continue reading Your online career ‘life’