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South East Schools First World War Project - Article 3

by Heather Hadfield on Thu, May 22, 2014

This project is an opportunity for schools to participate in activities around the 1914 Christmas Truce.
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Raspberry Pi – What is it and how can it be used to support learning in an educational context?

by Heather Hadfield on Wed, November 07, 2012

Raspberry Pi - an article on how to get started with Raspberry Pi and its potential for use in schools.
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British Pathé and the Olympics

by Heather Hadfield on Tue, January 24, 2012

The purpose of this article is to suggest ways in which some extraordinary footage of the 1908 London Olympics (see the link at the bottom of this article) might be used to enhance or prompt learning activities. In addition, I want to think about activities that involve some of the higher levels in Bloom’s Taxonomy.
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2011 - Top 10 ICT tools with the “wow” factor…

by Heather Hadfield on Sat, January 22, 2011

Top 10 ICT tools with the “wow” factor for 2011..Update on "free" to use tools that have a positive impact on Teaching and Learning.
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Would you like to use VC to link to a school in France?

by Heather Hadfield on Tue, November 23, 2010

There is now an opportunity to use VC to establish learning opportunities with a variety of schools in Montpellier, France.
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Free videoconference workshop with author Alan Gallop

by Heather Hadfield on Wed, May 12, 2010

This free workshop is offered by the National Coal Mining Museum. Alan Gallop is the author of Children of the Dark, an insightful book that investigates the children who worked in 19th Century coal-mines and the legislation that stopped them. The conference will last 45-60 minutes long and take place on the 2nd July. It will be suitable for KS3/4 students and will have a History/ English focus. Early booking recommended.
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Safer Children in a Digital World - UKCCIS Strategy document launched.

by Heather Hadfield on Tue, December 08, 2009

The UK Council for Child Internet Safety (UKCCIS) has today, 8th December, published its first child internet safety strategy 'Click Clever, Click Safe.' The strategy will be launched at the UKCCIS Summit event in London, attended by 300 delegates from across government, industry, law enforcement and chaired by Professor Tanya Byron. Professor Byron prepared the report, 'Safer Children in a Digital World,' which was accepted by Government and led to the formation of UKCCIS.
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Teach Today

by Heather Hadfield on Wed, October 14, 2009

Teach Today - a site to provide advice and information about the positive aspects of new technology.
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Kent and Medway students release new film on social networking

by Heather Hadfield on Fri, June 12, 2009

Kent and Medway have been working together to develop a film created by young people, for young people to highlight the risks associated with Social Networking sites and other websites and how to
use them safely...
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