Author: Kristian Still

BELONG - RESPECT - ASPIRE - ACHIEVE

Dr Richard Hersh

I am still trying to improve my typing skills but I am also listening to a presentation by that man whose name is in the title, embedded in Wes Fryer’s Blog. ‘Its not just what students know, its what students are able to do, with what they know.’ I know I have discussed this with…
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24 Mar ’08 0

Its All Free

How about this…. I am learning how to type using a FREE online typing program, whilst listening to a FREE conference (“Preparing Our Students for the 21st Century” a panel discusses a variety of challenges facing education albeit in the United States) through iTunes and blogging about it on a FREE blog package, Edublogs. Thats…
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22 Mar ’08 0

Framing the Impact of the ICT at Hamble Community Sports College

A long title, but it was important to get it right. Why ‘framing?’ Well, because in just one half term I dont really know fully what the situation truly is. This coming term I aim to find out! In reading and preparing this document I felt I discovered the starting point for progress, informed decisions.…
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22 Mar ’08 0

VLE Solutions

Well I know I am not the only ICT teacher faced with this task. At present there is a need to extend my own personal knowledge and to then find the right solution for Hamble College. What I have learnt is every education solution is unique and should not only focus on the tool but…
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21 Mar ’08 0

Interviewing for a New Post

Only this time I was assessing the candidates. I learnt alot yesterday, and here are perhaps some of the more poignant reflections. Preparation  Outside of our control the Head brought forward the interview date. This posed significant organisational and logistic problems, most of which were overcome. Second, I would have felt much more comfortable having…
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20 Mar ’08 0

WYSIWYG

Question? Does the theme impact on whether or not the editor provides a WYSIWYG editor? I have now introduced blogs to 3 teaching groups, hopefully the staff will enjoy using them and the students will enjoy their opportunity to publish! Sadly, the enthusiasm shown here is tinged with hope rather than expectation. I am not…
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18 Mar ’08 0