Archive for November 21st, 2011
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Thank you to Mark Anderson (or @ictevangelist on Twitter) head of ICT, PGCE Mentor at Clevedon School, recently judged “Outstanding” by Ofsted, for sending us some thoughts on how he his applied some of the tools, and ideas, we shared at past conferences:
“This post goes back some way to include some thoughts from inspirations I’ve received over the past few years from two inspirational ICT speakers that I have seen and consequently worked with on various projects. Meeting these insightful characters marked the beginning of a journey for me which has led me to a place where I now am hopefully able to inspire and lead others in a similar way. I guess too that this post is a celebration and recognition of the work that Tim and Andy (and others) do tirelessly to promote the use of ICT in schools and the recognition that they deserve for their efforts. I know they’ve inspired me and I know through networking with many others via Twitter – they’ve inspired many others too…
This post will move forward and discuss the current state of affairs with the use of ICT in schools, the effectiveness of blogging and the power both ICT and blogging can have on engaging and inspiring students and teachers with the learning and teaching that takes place in schools all over the UK. Continue Reading