Archive for October, 2008

BAFTA Be Very Afraid 5, Trackstick Geomapping, 3D Maker

30 October, 2008

On Monday Matthew and I worked with City College Norwich RUGRoom students at the ‘Be Very Afraid‘ event at Bafta in Picadilly, London. This annual extravaganza of digital talent showcases to a wide spectrum of visitors some of the many excellent things happening in schools and colleges around the UK. This year was no different […]

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Working in colchester

17 October, 2008

Today I am in St. Helena school in Colchester.

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TES Conference, Olympia

12 October, 2008

On Friday I had the great pleasure of speaking at the TES conference at Olympia, to a group of primary headteachers and practitioners about implementing personalised learning in their settings. All too often, personalised learning is considered as appropriate for secondary schools when in fact it is applicable to all phases of education. My turn […]

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Sainsbury’s Plastic Bags, Supermarket Sized Hypocrisy?

5 October, 2008

Today I went to the local supermarket and did the usual rounds of the aisles, loading the trolley with packets of food all wrapped in excessive amounts of cardboard and plastic. Today I picked up less than I usually do, but even so it was more than would fit into one or two bags. On […]

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Matt and Hal on the way out of London

2 October, 2008

Having been at a meting at the BBC we are now on a train heading backwards!

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