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    Hong Kong's Innovative Schools

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    Stuart and I split up on Tuesday; he joined the teachers on educational excursions all over Hong Kong that I'm sure he'll explain, and I sat in meetings in a hotel ballroom for most of the day. (Not that I'm bitter. Or jealous. Hotel ballrooms are lovely...
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    A meeting of Minds and wet feet!

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    Monday started early for me. I am still on UK time, so I found myself at 6 am in an open air swimming pool on top of a skyscraper. Breakfast was amazing; I have never seen such a variety of great food for breakfast. Having filled up on ‘Shark fin‘ dumplings...
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    On the road to Hong Kong – The Journey Begins

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    Well, the journey has started for me. Saturday, I left the sunny, but really cold heights of Abergavenny. I arrived in Hong Kong at midday on Sunday (5.00am UK time), to weather that is cloudy and really hot - 32C. The team has already begun to meet...
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    Far Eastenders or the Worldwide Innovative Teachers Forum in Hong Kong

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    As mentioned, next week we will be blogging ‘live’, (well, almost) from the Worldwide Innovative Teachers Forum in Hong Kong. Kristen and I will be accompanied by Peter Carney and Dan Roberts whom, Kristen spoke about in her last two blog posts. They...
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    Lessons from an Innovative Teacher, Part 2

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    Last week I shared with you the award-winning lesson from Peter Carney of Bowring Community Sports College in Knowsley, whom Microsoft is bringing to Hong Kong to participate in our Worldwide Innovative Teachers Forum. You'll hear more from Peter when...
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    Vista News feed Gadget and RSS feeds

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    Keeping track of all the communities I belong to on the Innovative Teachers Network is becoming a bit of organisational nightmare, as I just keep forgetting what I have joined. Luckily, I have managed to find some useful tools that can help me keep track...
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    Even more cool stuff from Microsoft.

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    One of the great things about my job, and I can assure you there are many, is that I get to see the latest technology as it emerges. Although a lot of the latest developments go straight over my head, it’s those that I can instantly see a use for in the...
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    Lesson ideas from an Innovative Teacher, Part 1

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    Stuart and I have been talking about the teachers we work with all over the UK ( here ), including those who create Virtual Classroom Tours (explained here ) and travel with us to Innovative Teachers Forums around the world (described here ). We're...
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    Communities of the Moment

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    In an earlier post ( here ) I told you about the communities that exist on the Innovative Teachers Network (ITN). Since the beginning of this school term, we have had over 20 new communities created on the ITN. All have a different focus and represent...
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    More help for your search

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    Recently I told you about the E-Librarian, a service to help you in your search for information on education topics. (To refresh your memory, click HERE for that post.) Today I have another time-saving tool to help you with UK-specific education research...
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