A couple of weeks ago I blogged about the Nintendogs project that was taking place in our infant school in Year 1. The project lasted two weeks and I was lucky enough to be able to pop up and see the fantastic work that was going on. Alissa Chesters the Yr1 teacher co-ordinating the project [...]
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So still on Day 1 – hope you are all still with me! Next up was Tim Rylands and here my notes did fail me slightly, the reasons: 1 – was totally engaged in the presentation – for those who have not seen Tim present then it is a MUST and 2 – He started [...]
Matt Mason author of the pirates dilemma was up next opening with the slide – ‘talent borrows, genius steals’ – Oscar Wilde. He spoke about the fact that information used to be a one way street now 2 way! Humans are relentless copying machines – we replicate and imitate, the fact that intellectual property is [...]
I spent the beginning of the week at the Games Based Learning conference- presenting on Tuesday along side Nic Hughes on what is happening within the Redbridge Games Network. The plan was to write two blog posts – one covering Monday and the other Tuesday, I am now looking at 10 pages of typed notes! [...]
I am Senior Teacher/ICT co-ordinator at Oakdale Junior School. I am passionate about using ICT and games based learning in school. The views expressed here are my own and not those of my employer.