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    Summer Camp 2011 – An Invitation

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    After the great success of the last 2 Summer Camps and the Easter Camp held earlier this year, we will be running another Summer Camp this year – this is an open invitation to all of you reading this blog to apply. So if you have time this summer...
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    More Free Stuff From Microsoft #6 – Mouse Mischief

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    Continuing with the theme of games being used to help learning from our last Free Stuff blog post , Mouse Mischief is a fantastic way to engage students in interactive learning opportunities and can make any Microsoft Powerpoint 2010 or 2007 into a game...
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    Dare to be Different

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    The fence had been pulled open. Diggers stood silently on the corrugated soil. The stands at Gresty Road were empty, silent with not even a faint whisper of a cheer remaining. Sprinklers were showering the arid ground. It’s not really how you expect...
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    More Free Stuff From Microsoft #5 – Kodu.

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    Games have long been used in class to engage and enthuse learners, from bingo to the latest TV game show format to the use of the latest gaming consoles to provide interesting contexts for learning, including descriptive writing, databases and problem...
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    Free stuff from Microsoft #4 – Photosynth

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    Photosynth describes itself as a powerful set of tools for capturing and viewing the world in 3D . Take a load of photos of a scene, from many different angles and many perspectives. Upload them to the site and it will ‘stitch’ them together...
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    Who is teaching whom?

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    A shift is happening in the classroom. A teacher who isn’t too confident about a new tool calls on one of her class to show her how to do it. Why not? She knows how to help children develop their learning and has some idea that this tool will help...
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    Fun, Free Days at Microsoft

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    I can assure you that these days will be fun and will have lots free goodies. The Partners in Learning team will be there , along with the rest of the UK Education Team and we will be demonstrating the wide range of free software and addins that Microsoft...
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    Celebrating Education with a Festival

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    Spring is in the air and a conference season is rapidly approaching! One highlight that I’m really looking forward to is the Sunday Times Festival of Education , which will be held at Wellington College in Reading on the 25th and 26th June this...
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    CPD is it for me?

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    I had the privilege last week of delivering a keynote to students at Plymouth University at their Onwards and Upwards Conference #onandup. I joined Oliver Quinlan and others in imparting our experiences to the next generation of teachers. I spoke about...
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    By Teachers for Teachers (4).... and Thank You – to Pitmen Painters and Tech-savvy Teachers

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    There are many amazing teachers in our schools who make a difference in the lives of the children they teach everyday. There are many amazing teachers who would love to use technology more effectively to help them do this, if only they had someone to...
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