Category: Digital Learning


Did Someone Say Trust

I admit it, I have a bee in my bonnet and have done sinve I moved from the post 16 sector to Hamble College. Especially with that word trust. As a teacher I am seeking more trust, thank goodness I am not the only one banging that drum, as I read Ewan McIntosh’s post… ‘Just…
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29 Mar ’08 2

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


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


The WWW was conceived 16 years ago. So this years graduates were born and grow up with the future in their horizons. What will those graduating in 2020 experience? Read more at Ewans blog. I was reminded about this fact listening to Ewans presentation from somewhere I was not, and didn’t need to be.

5 Mar ’08 0

Network and Nodes

Tom Barrett asked for comments on his blog, in preparation for the SLICT meeting being held at his school, so I responded. Tom is a good friend and has shown that there is more to PLN (Personal Learning Networks) than networking. #1 Having recently accepted an edtech post just 12 days ago, I am hardly…
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20 Jan ’08 0