Tag Archives: technology

Using RSS: CPD is all around!

I’ve been messing about trying to gather up some useful blog feeds that I have either  been reading for a while  or have come across recently and have learned loads of things about using RSS and how useful it can be. … Continue reading

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Is Learning Changing?

We’ve been snowbound for coming-up two weeks now this weekend. The children’s schools are at various stages of open or closing, and all three at different times, which goes for busy mornings, checking twitter or websites, or making and taking … Continue reading

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Stephen Downes on the Role of the Educator

First written for the National CPD Team Blog I came across this really thought-provoking blogpost written by Stephen Downes, the Canadian education technology research specialist, it’s  a probing insight into many issues which resonate with the thinking of the National CPD … Continue reading

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Inanimate Alice: Guest Post by Diarmid

This is a guest post by my son Diarmid. I was at the Literacy and Numeracy event today at St Modan’s High School and was chatting with the ever – inspiring Mr Literacy Adviser, Bill Boyd, who gave a really … Continue reading

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Sugata Mitra – children can learn surprisingly well without a teacher. TESS 17/09/2010

http://www.tes.co.uk/article.aspx?storycode=6058263 The research is reported here as starting off in a fairly experimental way – with Mitra pushing through a hole in his office wall, which bordered a New Delhi slum; inserting a PC into the hole and observing the … Continue reading

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