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BBC Leaders’ Final Debate 29th April 2010

This Coveritlive will place all the Twitter feeds into one place. Added polls throughout, before and after the debate will show very clearly what people are thinking about different aspects of the debate and party politics. Last week’s debate saw 1000 visitors who contributed to polls and discussions. I hope you can find time to […]

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Sky Election Leaders’ Debate 22nd April 2010 – Bristol

Coveritlive is a great tool where all the twitter feeds will be streamed in one place in real time. Added polls and chat facility means that you get a wealth of information about what people are thinking during these debates. This event will go ‘live’ at 7:30pm so back channel chat can be recorded. See […]

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Dilemma No More!

I’d just like to say a massive thank you to all the people that have commented on the post below and to all the people in my PLN who have discussed my questions on Twitter. I have decided that I need to attend the Handheld Learning Conference 2010! I need to know what I don’t […]

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A Handheld Dilemma

My Headteacher trusts me! How do I know? Well, I know because after following a discussion on Twitter, my Headteacher told me that if I felt that attending both the Handheld Learning Conference in October 2010 and the bMobLE on 20th May 2010 would help develop a long term plan for technology at HeathfieldCPS, I […]

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Voicethread to Peer Assess Writing!

This is just a first attempt but you can see the potential! This was completed with no help from me!

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ITV Leaders’ Debate 15th April 2010

ITV Leaders’ Debate 15th April 2010

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Twitter – What’s the big deal?

Twitter is unblocked in Bolton LA and even before it was unblocked I unblocked it at my school as I have been given filtering access/control by the LA. Twitter is regarded by many educators as the best CPD available and it is free. I follow 300 people (exclusively people linked to teaching and ICT) and […]

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April 13, 2010
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My Blogging INSET

I led an INSET training session with staff at my school on Blogging today. My plan was to: 1. Explain what blogging was 2. Try to convey how important it is from the children’s point of view 3. Show some examples relevant to each year group 4. Allow time for staff to look in detail […]

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My day with the Politicians!

Today has been a good day! I was very concerned about recent developments in the House of Commons and our New (or should I say old?) Primary Curriculum. I looked online to see how my local MP voted and he was one of the 66% that didn’t turn up! Just like many people in my […]

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