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    Planning for Next Year (Post #1): What do you need help with?

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    Stuart and I have been visiting a lot of schools in the weeks – and now days – leading up to the end of term. As the conversations we’re hearing are all around planning for next year, we thought we’d try to provide you with a series of posts that may...
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    Worldwide Telescope - A Universe of Learning

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    Did you know that 2009 is the International Year of Astronomy? It’s also 40 years since man first stepped on the Moon. Because of this, in my recent school visits I’ve seen a lot of teachers undertaking projects based around Earth and space. (Incidentally...
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    More fun at the Teaching Awards

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    Stuart blogged recently about Innovative Teacher Dan Roberts winning Becta’s award for Next Generation Learning in the South West of Engla nd . Yesterday I had the opportunity to attend the London ceremony for the Teaching Awards. Microsoft is working...
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    Learn more about learning more

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    I can’t keep up with Stuart’s humourous posts lately, so I’m not even going to try. It’s too early on a Monday morning for me to come up with funny puns on pop culture. I’m just going to tell you about something else that Microsoft is offering for free...
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    Why did the chickenman cross the road?

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    To collect another award of course….. Regular readers of our blog will know all about the Chickenman , aka Dan Roberts . He is one of our most proactive Innovative Teachers and award winners. But he's not just all feathers and eggs; his work is highly...
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    Britain’s got the X Factor Idol

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    Where will the next Susan Boyle or Leona Lewis come from? Well, with another great application developed by Microsoft Research (the other being AutoCollage – available for free on the Innovative Teachers Network ) it could be from any one of your future...
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    Harri, just the boy next door

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    Harri is 9 years old and spends most of his time playing football. I know this from the number of times he collects his ball from my garden. He has a digital world, but it is not what you would perhaps expect. He doesn’t use a laptop; the laptop in his...
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    Using Office in the classroom – Free Learning Essentials download

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    Do you ever have those moments where you know you’re forgetting something that is so blatantly obvious it’s practically staring you right in the face? Stuart and I have weekly discussions about what to tell you about in this blog, and somehow Learning...
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    A random act of genius.

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    Planning is probably the most disliked word in the teaching profession (apart from inspection , that is). From my experience it dominates your time as a teacher. You have a variety of planning to undertake: lesson, weekly, short, medium, long and individual...
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    Spring Makeover for the Innovative Teachers Network

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    It’s that time of year again. You are looking in your wardrobe and last year’s fashion and nothing fits --everything seems to have shrunk over the winter! Surely I haven’t put on that much weight, you think! Then you realise how dusty and tired looking...
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