I've just finished creating these resources - when I say creating, I mean copying from @dogtrax blogpost with permission kindly given by Kevin - so I thought it a good idea to share it with others. Two documents, made in MS Word and uploaded to Google Drive. In lessons, pupils will be able to use an online copy, an offline copy or a hard copy. 1. Storyboard design template with a table for
There are so many things to do as a teacher - things beyond your core workflow. Well, maybe this conference should be one of them? The Teaching, Learning & Assessment Conference hosted by Berkhamsted School in March promises to be a valuable day for any teacher for £40.00. It's on a Saturday so no cover is required. It's just off the M25 so convenient for many to travel a fair distance to.
As part of ICT in Subjects, my department is working with the Music department to create scratch games and/or animations with music and sound effects composed in CuBase. First lesson is to recreate the famous pong game in scratch. So, I set a Frog assignment (Quick Issue Work) to all five classes so 125 pupils could hand in their file to be scored out of 3 [0 = no file; 1 = struggled; 2 =
Over two years ago I made the choice to suspend my MA for family reasons. I don't like to discuss my family online so only minimal detail is shared here. However, now the postponement deadline has passed and I face a decision of whether or not to complete my Masters in Education: Leading Innovation and Change. Sitting in Ealing library (incredibly busy BTW - hard to get a seat at a computer or
Following my attempt to create a website evaluation stamp, I have revised the idea to make a Google spreadsheet that pupils can copy and embed into their project website to record what sites they have used and why. The spreadsheet has notes that appear when you hover over each title to tell what you what is required in each column. Should the column not be appropriate, leave it blank. SImple. Or