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Searching in class

Wondering how the next school will allow pupils to search the web. BSE1 was totally directed, even though we knew most pupils had 3+ Devices. I hope my year 3 class will have more freedom to explore and allow the … Continue reading

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ICT computing

Twas pretty interesting… After BSE1, where PCs were rarely used, I was a little disheartened. Looking forward to applying some of the ideas in BSE2.

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Last ICT- scratch

Interesting class with plenty of potential. The basis of scratch is sound and a great interface for programming familiarity. I have no doubt that it is popular with pupils. I look forward to using it in the future.

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Not as pretty as Rosling. Live Blogging (Virtually) McCandless’ Visualised Beauty?

Right, let’s try this live blog stuff: can I find beauty in blogging like McCandless implies in data visualisation? Here we go… Oh, wait now… two things, second thing first (as they say in Lenzie): ┬áLuckily, he mentions Hans Rosling … Continue reading

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Watch “Roehampton PGCE 2013Three blind mice” on YouTube

Via the respective apps

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To play, or not to play? It is the safety

Electronic safety? Asimov’s three laws? Ash? Tells you all you need to know, really. It is likely not the medium to fear, or to protect and be protected from, but the application of it by people ‘protecting’ their interests, status, … Continue reading

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Black? White? Interactive?

A word of warning, I was unable to attend the class, so this will be from other experiences of using interactive whiteboards. They’re… kinda fun! And, if it seems fun then I like to have a bit of a play. … Continue reading

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Going back to the beginning?

How did I learn about ICT in school? In primary, that’ll be “not at all”… nada, nowt, nothing, zero. Then again, I went to secondary in 1983, and the idea of home computing was only just emerging with the advent … Continue reading

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