Monthly Archives: November 2012

Where ICT meets the classroom – Vision statement

The use of ICT in classrooms and whether ICT should be seen as a tool or as a subject in its own right opens up a wide debate. Living in the 21st century, a very technologically motivated time, we know … Continue reading

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My best ICT resources via twitter

It seems that there are plenty of great apps around to use in the classroom BUT of course it is necessary to have an ipad or access to one, at least for the teacher if not the whole class. At … Continue reading

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Quadblogging

I have just seen a tweet about Quadblogging and wanted to share it with you. The topic came up at the recent BLT meet shared by Andy Evans from Kingswood Primary, Corby and is a brilliant way to ensure your … Continue reading

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Brilliant use of cross-curricular ICT

This morning I am following @chrisleach78 as his class unfold the Gunpowder Plot in tweets. This is a brilliant demonstration of the cross-curricular uses of ICT in the classroom. Have a look and follow #gtp2012.

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