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Predictions for 2010.

After my recent thoughts on 2009, my thoughts turn to 2010. None of us know what 2010 will bring so I just thought I might share some personal and professional predictions and thoughts. I hope to see the school blogging site go from strength to strength and by the end of the year each class […]

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Reflections on 2009.

As the year is drawing to a close I record my reflections on this last year. If someone had told me that I was going to be a very happy, very hard working Deputy Headteacher back in January, I would have said they had the wrong man. This time last year, I was teaching Year […]

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We’re learning together

Just following on from my previous blog post… I just received a message on our VLE from Sophie (the pupil who gave me advice on Windows 7!) Her message said: Hello there try this link to find out the special features of windows 7 http://www.microsoft.com/windows/windows-7/ if the link doesn’t work just enter the address into […]

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Future??

As I sit here trying to multitask (mess more than one thing up at a time) I’m thinking about how much classroom education has changed in the 11 years I have been teaching. 11 years ago, schools didn’t have ICT suites as we know them today. If a school was lucky, it would have come […]

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School blogging is a massive step closer!

I had a meeting with John Sutton of www.creativeict.co.uk fame. We have signed up for a whole school blogging site to be set up over the Christmas break. My staff at school are very excited about it and I predict├é┬áthat the school will hit the ground running from Reception to Year 6. As soon as […]

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December 8, 2009
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How to secure your Uniservity VLE even further!

As many ICT Co-ordinators know, teachers are not the best at changing passwords from the original they are given when their account for their School’s VLE or email when it has been set up. With this in mind, I wonder how many accounts are left with password as the password? It would be very easy […]

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Wallwisher.com

I picked up a website from the Innovative Teachers Forum called www.Wallwisher.com. It is an online notice board maker and can be adapted really well to be used in the classroom. Today I set up a quick Wallwisher as we are starting our narrative unit in Literacy on Monday. I tweeted the details out to […]

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Sensational day at the Innovative Teachers’ Forum

Well, I’ve had nearly a week to recover from the Innovative Teachers’ Forum and I have read many people’s thoughts and views on the day. I plan not to narrate my day but just share with you some little nuggets of links and ideas for you to look at in your own time. Here goes… […]

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