When will the exam boards catch up with all of this... and how do we move forward while still having to address a results agenda ??
Nobody on this Earth cares what I did in my 16+ exams.... why do we use it now to such an extent???
Added by dave garland on August 20, 2007 at 5:39pm —
Realising that even the keynote speakers are not fully aware of the revolution that this 2.0 software can cause. Brought down with a bump by the reality of inappropriate use of voice threads by some of my students... or was it just creative play ??
Added by dave garland on July 5, 2007 at 3:48pm —
I'm off to an ICT show at Torquay in the morning. My school has a display stand there where we are promoting creativity and collaboration.
We have a selection of students' work online and some great ideas.
I was just wondering how many of those at the show will be trying out web 2.0 apps and joining social networks like this...
Learning environments for the future with Ken Dyson promises a talk on web 2.0 stuff which I am really looking forward to.
Added by dave garland on July 3, 2007 at 3:56pm —
Just amazed and fascinated today when looking at the ideas flowing around on classroom 2.0
Some great links to a whole range of wonderful educational tools. And it's all ( mostly ) free !!!
We already have the expertise amongst us, we don't need to buy it in; just share it around !
The next step is getting more of my colleagues to realise the potential of this and then watch them fly !!
Added by dave garland on July 2, 2007 at 12:34pm —