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    Microsoft Summer Camp 2010

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    With 20 teachers attending this year, it has been the most successful event we have held. We covered the idea of creating simple instruction videos we call Innovids, as a tool for professional development. But, not only did teachers create some great...
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    Thanks for the memories

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    Is it possible to develop an emotional attachment to a computer? I think so. I have had my Toshiba Portege M400 laptop since I joined Microsoft 4 years ago and we have had some great adventures together. We have travelled the world to various Innovative...
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    Developing Critical thinking skills with Bing

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    One of the many challenges Teachers have, is to teach students the skills they need to effective deal with the vast amounts of information that technology allows them to access. Such skills can be based around ‘ Critical Thinking’ . This involves...
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    Exploring the Red Planet with WorldWide Telescope

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    Stuart and I actually had a little argument over who got to write this blog post, because it’s just so cool. Many of you are familiar with the WorldWide Telescope from Microsoft Research – the FREE application that lets you take advantage...
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    History Snacks–Your ideas

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    Here’s an idea from one of our Innovative Education Forum winners, Alessio Bernardelli who teaches in Cwmbran in South Wales. “I am not a Historian, but I have always had a fascination for timelines, as I think they are a great way to visualize...
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    How to use Office with your students – Microsoft webcast

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    One of the members of our Microsoft UK education team offers a series of great webcasts that are usually more geared toward IT Managers. However, next week he’s offering a webcast on Office 2010 that is specifically focused on teachers and learners...
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    Subject Snacks–Ideas for teaching History

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    This weeks idea is similar to a snack that I often forget about, but when I remember, It's delicious, but perhaps not appreciated as the gastronomic delight that it is. The snack in question is the Pot Noodle . This food technology marvel offers the best...
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    Modern Foreign Language Snacks–Your ideas

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    No ideas submitted from anybody this week, I suspect it is that time of year with everybody busy writing reports, and not even the lure of the coveted pink Partners in Learning USB stick could tempt you from such an important job. So , I thought that...
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    Knowledge versus Learning

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    Last Thursday I attended the Reform “think tank” event on Schools for the Future that was held at Microsoft’s office in London. The event included 4 panels of speakers discussing topics such as the state of education in the UK, the quality...
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    Summer Camp 2010 – Teachers learning from Teachers

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    One of the best events we ran last year was our Summer Camp, where teachers created resources for teachers, the results of which can be found here . Due to popular demand we are running the event again this year, and we are making it an open invite to...
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