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Crack the whip or Let Learning Happen?

In our run up to SATs, we have been trying to fill some holes in knowledge this week. Today I decided to allow the pupils to have access to ALL my resources. I allowed them to choose whatever they wished and then work on areas they felt they needed a little more input – we […]

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Good teachers are learning conductors…

Teachers… We have LA Review Days, OFSTED Inspections, Parents’ Evenings, Lesson Observations, Playground Duties, Meetings and so much more. Sometimes I hear people struggling to find a reason to carry on. There is not a day goes by in my job when I am not reminded how lucky I am to be working in such […]

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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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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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