This might actually be a very useful book for all ICT teachers. It is divided into five sections, each specific to a different age category. The first one is for all ages, the second one is for primary school, the third one for secondary (and high) school, the forth one is for everyone above that age, and the last one is for adults.
I’ve started browsing through the book and I have to admit that I would prefer a better arrangement, it sort of all blends in. But that has no impact on the content of the book.
The first contribution that caught my eye was CSI Twitter (because I like both crime scene investigations AND Twitter). It shows that Twitter really is a powerful tool and your followers, hashtags and other users should not be underestimated.
And I was really glad to read about this brainstorming tool for creating mind maps! It’s called bubbl.us and it can be used for pupils and students of all ages – as an exercise or your preparation. You don’t have to do the “bubbles” manually (using MS Word for example), so it saves you time.
Conclusion: I’m definitely gonna come back to this book to finish reading it because it contains so many great tips and useful information.