Archive for April, 2011

Apr 28 2011

Is every week a MAD week in your school?

Published by under History

As part of a weeks focus at our school we hosted something called Making A Difference week or MAD week as it was nicknamed. It was a fantastic week and made the local press. To read more about what a MAD week means check out the article below: http://bit.ly/laJsGm Be interested in your thoughts on […]

No responses yet

Apr 27 2011

Engage & Inspire–The possibilities are endless…

Published by under History

During March our school had a fantastic professional development conference and it has taken me nearly 6 weeks to reflect on what actually happened. Over the next couple of weeks I will be writing posts about it with some professional development tips and ideas for you all. The first one here is a guest post […]

No responses yet

Apr 25 2011

Calling all teachers–I need you!

Published by under History

If you are a teacher, no matter what age range you teach or where you teach but if you have an interest in using webcams in your lessons for video conferencing or for instant messaging using tools such as Skype or Windows Live Messenger then I really would like to hear from you. I am […]

3 responses so far

Apr 20 2011

How to use windows live writer to create a blog post

Published by under History

I am currently recording and making a innovid on how to create a new blog post using the new free tool windows live writer. You can download windows live writer here: http://explore.live.com/windows-live-writer?os=other This is where I am sat recording my innovid.

No responses yet

Apr 05 2011

Games for learning? Do you use gaming in your classroom?

Published by under History

If you do I would love to hear from you… I am doing a presentation on games based learning at the Plymouth E-Learning Conference this Thursday #PELC11. I would love to hear from you in a tweet about how you are using games within your classroom. If you are using them or have done in […]

2 responses so far

Apr 04 2011

Student Voice at #PELC11

Published by under History

There is a fantastic event planned for Wednesday on the 1st day of the Plymouth E-Learning Conference #PELC11 at the University of Plymouth. There is literally an all star line up of amazing young people from the age of 9 right through to 18 years of age talking how they use new technologies to enhance […]

No responses yet

Apr 04 2011

Teachmeet at #PELC11

Published by under History

If you are not doing anything else this Wednesday evening 7-9pm then please attend the Teachmeet at the Plymouth E-Learning Conference at the University of Plymouth. What is a Teachmeet you ask? “A TeachMeet is an organised (but informal) meeting (in the style of an unconference) for teachers to share good practice, practical innovations and […]

No responses yet