The blog has been quiet recently due to some delightful weather, (There’s snow business like snow business!) and a few techie-troubles. But…
We made our way through some very deep snow and treachorous conditions to sunny Brighton, which is Bright’n sunny, and completely free of snow, now.
The conditions in the Thistle Hotel on the sea front were also warm and welcoming. Thank you to the exhibitors who sponsored this event: 2Simple, Fronter, Bmi / TAG Learning, Espresso/Channel4 Learning, i am learning, and Education City.com
Vicky Vicary has done an excellent case study that can be found on www.surreylearning.co.uk/ictleaders (This is a site for registered users of Surrey Learning.)
His site has many very useful, handy resources, for example:
Thank you, James for making these resources and sharing them for free with the world.
Thank to Ivan Stevenson David Robinson and their colleagues for organising this weekend’s superb conference.
Things are certainly “snowballing” here!
Thankyou too, to the delegates for their super ideas for the definition of Ellie’s word Fligminkle: SEE BELOW
Fligminkle: A type of fairy coal. A troll’s wig. A mini tuba. – Jayne Ross
Fligminkle: A moment of madness – Annika Blight
Fligminkle: The desire to wiggle your legs which you get when flying economy class – Julia Hubbard
Fligminkle: A tiny creature (invisible) who moves about the house when it is dark, hence noises at night – Gayle Priestly
Fligminkle: What you have just spent the last two hours doing, Tim: entertaining and enlightening. – Rosey James
Fligminkle: A small splash of seawater generated from waves – Dan Bowen
Fligminkle: The collective term for a group of objects thrown at women who wear fur! – Nicola Meaney
Fligminkle:That feeling you get as you begin to realise that “couple” of pints you’ve had are starting to have an effect. e.g. “I’m feeling a little fligminkled”. Matthew Beakhurst
Fligminkle: Yummy black forest cake (leftovers?) – Maureen Nisha
Fligminkle: A scale for measuring sarcasm in the classroom – Stephen Norwood
Category: 1) Events and Training days