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    Any science teachers out there?

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    My fellow blogger Stuart was a science teacher, and still talks about things like chaos theory and tarantulas. Even though I taught English and French, I found this quick science resource too fun to keep to myself. A colleague of mine at Microsoft...
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    Your own personal librarian

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    If you have a question about something related to your teaching, where you go to get the answer? Or, if one of your students, your head teacher, or a fellow teacher asks you a question that you don't know the answer to, what do you do about it? Chances...
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    101 ideas for ICT in the classroom

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    These are a real snack fest of ideas (low on fat, but high in cool things to do in the classroom) to develop innovative ideas using technology across the curriculum. They include ideas for art, History, D&T,Geography,Science, PE, Music, MFL, English...
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    More fun with digital photography

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    I know a lot of teachers who use digital cameras (still or video) with their students. Many take advantage of Microsoft's free tools, such as Photo Story and Movie Maker , so that students can use photo and video technology to help tell a story. Both...
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    ‘Microsoft does have some really cool stuff’

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    Often when I am visiting schools I get asked by teachers to speak to groups of students and tell them about working at Microsoft. What they don't want to know is that I spend a lot of my time with teachers developing some really great projects – they...
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    Who are these Innovative Teachers?

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    Luckily they are all around us working away in our school and classrooms, up and down the country in England, Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland and in my job I get to meet these people and have the privilege to work with them. I would like to share...
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    Reading Don Quixote with 11 year-olds?

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    Bear with me for just a moment, and I promise this will go somewhere. I read Don Quixote during my first year at university, when we were required to plough through the entire 1,000 pages of the 17th-century novel in two weeks. I struggled with it...
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    It's a small world, after all

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    One of the most common phrases I've heard in the years I've worked on a worldwide education programme is "That won't work in my school because teachers are different in insert country name here. " No matter what country I'm in, teachers tend to feel that...
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    If you join the MSDN blog community (using the link above), you will get an extra couple of nice features. One is that you get the chance to comment on any of the blog articles. It's not because I want to know who you are -  unless you tell me in...
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    The Virtual Classroom Tour – What on earth is it?

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    The Virtual Classroom Tour (or VCT, as the alternative is a bit of a mouthful!) was a complete mystery to me when I first encountered the concept. I had visions of it being some sort of high tech Virtual Reality Environment of my classroom (will I...
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