Tag Archives: web 2.0

Give as well as take

Like most users of the internet, I think I must take about 50 times more than I give back. Most of this is browsing, some listening to music- legally! and podcasts, particularly Mark Kermode’s film reviews. All well and good, … Continue reading

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Hull Fair and The Cloud

The Cloud in this case being the place where your work is stored and not the one that brought the midweek deluge. I’ve spent some time over the past fortnight working alongside the Traveller Education service in their temporary school … Continue reading

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Improving writing

I’ve always believed that ICT has the power to allow pupils to improve their writing- note the key word allows, no false promises here- and the web keeps throwing up things that assist this. Telescopic text is a site that … Continue reading

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Twitter and Parental Communication

Whilst discussing the uses of Twitter over a light lunch last week it struck me that a school could make effective use of it as a communication tool with parents to keep them updated. I know schools have their website and/or the Learning Platform, … Continue reading

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New Software

There’s not been a great deal of software that has caught my eye or imagination recently, but J2E have released 2 new programmes that look very useful and are attractively priced. Spotlight is £99 pa for a school site license … Continue reading

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