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SHOUT it OUT Conference Links

Links for the presentation I am doing at Telford:

The day the German Embassy popped in.
Year 4 link with a school in Australia

Project Blogs:
Well Done Blog A WONDERFUL place!!
PassTheBlog – 52 classes, one blog: How far can one blog go?
Pandora Writing Blog – Inspired by Avatar
Kensuke’s Kingdom Writing Blog
The Island: 1 to 1 Tuition Writing Blog
Fern’s Blog: Fern decides to ‘use’ her audience
Abigail’s Blog: Recovering from a two brain tumours is a little easier says Abigail with a platform for her voice!
The ALL NEW Pandora Project Blog – Not finished as we are currently working on this!
Xander’s Blog – Using ONLY audio to inspire Alexander to write

Using Coveritlive in the classoom
Using Coveritlive outside the classroom!
Ask your audience who and where they are?
Voicethread to perform
Voicethread to peer assess
Voicethread to teacher asses – Teachers from all over the globe!
Using Audioboo to capture magic
Using Photopeach in Reception to engage parents
Binyameen’s writing being used by other teachers
Raja gets help from Guatamala with his Howler Monkey Project
Thomas puts his Art Portfolio online

My Year 6 pupils explain in their own words:

BBC Breakfast filmed live from Heathfield in 2011:

BBC Radio 5Live interviewed Thome, Miss Wiggans and Mr. Mitchell in 2011:

BBC NW filmed live from Heathfield in 2011 too:

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  1. MrsPowerHouse6
    August 7, 2011 at 6:22 am #

    omg–That last video is AWESOME. I truly love it! Thanks.

  2. Clive Nutton
    August 19, 2011 at 9:37 am #

    Really brilliant work. How was the animation created? Did the children create it themselves?

    I have tried using blogs with my FE students but, it seems many, see them as an added complication in expressing their learning rather than a way to enhance it. I’d welcome some tips for generating enthusiasm for blogging.

  3. missb
    September 3, 2011 at 5:09 pm #

    This is a fantastic resource and one that I will use with teachers and parents to promote blogging. Would also like to know what program/online tool was used to produce the video.

  4. Matthew Brown
    June 24, 2012 at 1:41 pm #

    Thanks David, some excellent resources and ideas on Friday! I’ve already had some emails asking about starting blogs. Thanks for the tweets about our teach meet session – great to meet you in person!

  5. Tom Arnold
    October 16, 2012 at 7:39 pm #

    Excellent talk today at the Shout it Out conference in Somerset. I’ll definitely be doing a blog for my reception class. Will be keeping an eye on your blogs too. Thanks for the inspiration.

  6. Shaznee
    October 18, 2012 at 9:16 pm #

    Inspirational – thank you – want to get blogging. S’pose I could get the kids involved too! (Only joking – need to get SLT on board – first response luke warm, second I expect to be a rolling simmer and we’ll take it from there.
    Regards
    Delia aka Shaznee obviously

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