I may come to regret posting this but here’s a link to my latest MSc submission. A work of staggering genius it is not but it did pass.
The title is [deep breath]:
“Discuss, in relation to learning environments that…
You can find links to the Facebook pages here.
I thought now would be a good time to take stock of a few thoughts about the move.
Picked this up via Free Technology for Teachers this morning. It’s nice to come across someone with a sunny disposition on the web especially when it’s blowing a force 4 Yorkshire gale outside so thank you Sacha. Check out her slideshow on Web2.0 for teachers…
As part of the Scottish Diaspora I usually look back at the country of my birth with my head in my hands. But it seems that they’re doing a lot right when it comes to learning with technology. Am I being seduced by good PR?
Merlin John flagged up this article from the Times. Richard Woods, the Times journalist is obvioulsy in a belligerent mood and is fingering BECTA as a good bit of the budget to cut to save a few bob in the aftermath of the current crisis.
Here we go. Let the fist waving commence!
The Grauniad has published this article… preempting the release of a report by Jim Rose into the primary curriculum and already the fur is flying as the headlines say “History out, Twitter