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?
Here’s a nice wee jigsaw puzzle creator which would be nice for whiteboard activities. Jigsaws are saved as a URL so can be put on blogs, VLE’s etc.
Have a go at my nice but pointless example.
I feel the need to be mean and uncharitable. It’s been that sort of week.
With a few exceptions, all the videos of school productions I’ve seen have been unwatchable tosh. It’s a shame because you know that it’s been
I was a little taken aback this week after talking to my sister-in-law who is a primary school teacher in the north of England.
The LEA she works with has provided an LP which is great but she was saying…
Well, top marks for a speedy answer from the previous post…. Here’s what they said…
“We have some disabled (because buggy and limited) development code that permitted upload of already exported files to a FTP server. This was last
We’re working with one of our partnerships schools on a project with some 11-year olds where they record a desert-island diary entry in Audacity… and create an mp3 out of it.
We want to be able to then
We’ve just finished supporting a student English teacher, Amy Knott, in a learning platform based project around the text her Y9 class are reading, Robert Swindells’ Stone Cold.
The main focus was producing a short Audacity… show about homelessness.
One of our main strategic goals this year at our CLC is embedding learning platforms in the curriculum. So far, so good. A few departments are really running with them as tools for managing resources and running activities in the…