Welcome to Squished Learning
A brighter approach to education
Training on how to use Google’s products to enhance teaching and learning.
Free Tech for Teaching
Empowering teachers to utilise free web based services in the classroom.
Engaging Course Design
Working with organisations to develop engaging courses using technology.
Strategies and techniques to continually maximize program quality
Content Based Learning
Social/global justice and critical/current events content development
Academic Research Consultancy
Advice and training on conducting academic research
Who we are
Squished Learning provides educational training and consultancy to educators and educational institutions.
Our aim is to positively impact educators and organisations in order to enable them to take a diverse approach to teaching and learning. We believe that learning should be accessible to everyone, empowering and current, which is why we offer training for educators and organisations on how to enhance course/curriculum design, materials design, technology usage, content development and management strategies to improve students’ access, personal development, engagement and overall educational experience.
- Increased Participation 88%
- Increased Engagement 85%
- Increased Access 90%
- Increased Inclusion 87%
Meet the TeamA group of passionate educators and consultants
- Educational Technologist
- Materials Designer
- Course Designer
- Google Products Supporter
- Cloud Based Solutions Promoter
Trainer / Consultant
- Social Justice Content Specialist
- Technology Enthusiast
- Learning Efficiencies Pro
- Quality Improvement Advisor
Training and Consultancy Locations
Our team can assist you in the UK and Southeast Asia.
A collections of inspiring videos about education from around the world. For more eduvids, click here!
Tech for Teaching
A collection of great tech to enhance teaching and learning. For more tech for teaching, click here!
This post is second in the series discussing the Chromebook trial we are conducting at the college where I teach.
I am a Google fan and have been using my own Chromebook for the past few years.
The aim of this study is to investigate whether mobile devices have the potential to be a disruptive innovation for language teaching and learning and what form that disruption may take