Archive for February, 2007

Creativity in Learning with ICT

19 February, 2007

Today I visited the home of Gillingham FC to present to an audience of teachers about creative learning with ICT, and how creativity can be part of the curriculum in their schools. This was an event organised by Kent CC, with keynote speaker David Hargreaves running the main sessions. My part was a workshop/breakout group […]

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18 February, 2007

I recently went to Rome for three days and unbelievably didn’t book a hotel room until about five hours before the flight. Normally I am fairly good at sorting things like this out well in advance, but on this occasion it just wasn’t possible. So I was recommended a visit to which turns out […]

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Underground signs, Subway signs

11 February, 2007

OK – this has got to be blogged. I saw this on a recent tube journey and not for the first time wondered who agreed that it was a good sign to put up in a tube train. I mean, if you saw the stuff going on and left the train to call for help, […]

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Let it snow, Let it snow, Let it snow!

8 February, 2007

What a journey in to work today! Four or five inches of snow and skidding all over the road was actually quite fun – at 20mph tops! I have always enjoyed the snow fall when it happens, but I remember as a child getting tired of it pretty quickly when it started to turn to […]

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Cleveratom website gets a make-over

8 February, 2007

As a company, Cleveratom has been trading for six weeks getting to grips with small business accounting, VAT returns, business insurances and indemnities, employer’s responsibilities and lots more… in between actually managing projects with a number of clients. Today, however, we’re finally able to get some more information on to our web page. It still […]

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