We’ve got a collapsed curriculum day coming up in January and we’re going to be using Storybird in ICT to create stories for primary school children. The Storybird website is really easy to use and has a massive collection of images that aspiring writers can use in their books. Currently you can only view them Read more about Using Storybird in the classroom[…]
As the new term starts here’s a little reminder that the AWESOME #movemeon book is available for download (FREE) or for purchase as hard copy (at cost price). If you are responsible for mentoring an NQT, managing a department or in charge of whole school professional development this is the book for you! Download #movemeon Read more about #movemeon … a reminder![…]
Are you going to BETT in January?Do you want to see some examples of real teachers using AMAZING ICT in the classroom ?Then you need to come to TeachMeet on Friday 15th January! What is a TeachMeet? I could explain but this excellent video does a much better job than I could. It’s on YouTube so Read more about TeachMeet BETT 2010[…]
I’m always amazed when people do something for nothing! From sharing a useful link on twitter to a whole scheme of work on a blog, it makes everyone’s life a little easier and shares best practice. When Doug Belshaw mooted the idea of #movemeon the twitter community was engaged immediately and hundreds of great teaching Read more about #movemeon book[…]
A – Z Internet Resources for Education – Box of Tricks Jose Picardo has collated an awesome list of tools that can be used in education. Many of these are free (or have free versions). Make sure you check them out as they are a fantastic way to inject some ICT in your classroom.