Tag Archives: E-Learning

GoogleSites – designing the ultimate website

As mentioned in previous posts my school has recently begun using GoogleApps for Education in earnest. GoogleSites is one of the main features of this and we’ve been using this with Year 7 to make some fab e-portfolios. However, another … Continue reading

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Fun and games with GoogleDocs – further reflections

My last post “Fun and games with GoogleDocs” was written to reflect on my own practice before delivering training in school. Following the post and the training session I have had a lot of questions or queries from teachers (both … Continue reading

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Developing a department Twitter feed

This year I have become a little obsessed with Twitter. This began with me using twitter personally, dipping my toe into RT-ing, mentioning others and occasionally taking part in #ukedchat. Other colleagues were doing this at the same time which … Continue reading

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School Trip Twittering

Just got back from taking 50 Year 10 students to Berlin for the weekend. Over roughly 48 hours we managed to fit in Sachenhausen Concentration Camp, the Reichstag, the Brandenburg Gate, the Holocaust Memorial, Potsdamer Platz, Checkpoint Charlie, the Topography … Continue reading

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Adventures with HistoryPin

Last week I helped to organise a Bristol-wide Gifted & Talent event for Year 9s. I was asked to do something “with computers” on the focus of “the development of technology in warfare always has a negative impact”. As I … Continue reading

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