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  • For the start of the new academic year, staff and students will note that School devices have been upgraded to Windows 10. In addition, we have access to Office 365 […]

    Get started with Office 365

    For the start of the new academic year, staff and students will note that School devices have been upgraded to Windows 10. In addition, we have access to Office 365 […]

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  •                         Quick issue homework Working with files and folders Zipping and moving folders

    Frog help videos

                            Quick issue homework Working with files and folders Zipping and moving folders

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  • Pinterest is another content curating tool similar to Scoop.it!, but it is more visual. It provides a place where the user can visually bookmark, or pin web content pictures to […]

    Pinterest – visual bookmarking

    Pinterest is another content curating tool similar to Scoop.it!, but it is more visual. It provides a place where the user can visually bookmark, or pin web content pictures to […]

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  • Scoop.it! is a tool that lets people gather and distribute content from around the Web based on their interests. Teachers can use it as a way of curating sources of information […]

    Content curating with Scoop.it!

    Scoop.it! is a tool that lets people gather and distribute content from around the Web based on their interests. Teachers can use it as a way of curating sources of information […]

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  • Fellow ICT teacher Gideon Williams has an interesting list of  7 new Web 2.0 tools which he has found useful. Take a look at his recommendations. Making an Infographic – […]

    New Web 2.0 tools to try

    Fellow ICT teacher Gideon Williams has an interesting list of  7 new Web 2.0 tools which he has found useful. Take a look at his recommendations. Making an Infographic – […]

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  • When the iPad first came out in April 2010 (was it really just over 18 months ago?) I wasn’t blown away. Here was an Apple device (as opposed to a […]

    Using an iPad in History teaching

    When the iPad first came out in April 2010 (was it really just over 18 months ago?) I wasn’t blown away. Here was an Apple device (as opposed to a […]

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  • Ian Addison, a teacher from Hampshire has a website which is called, ‘undertenminutes‘. Ian is a Primary School Teacher, ICT Co-ordinator, an ICT Mark Assessor and a Google Apps for […]

    Geocaching – ‘undertenminutes’

    Ian Addison, a teacher from Hampshire has a website which is called, ‘undertenminutes‘. Ian is a Primary School Teacher, ICT Co-ordinator, an ICT Mark Assessor and a Google Apps for […]

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  • Simon Howells, Head of French at The Grange School, Northwich has produced an excellent Prezi, with a screencast of 4 screen capture tools. Take a look and see how you might […]

    Using Screen Capture Tools

    Simon Howells, Head of French at The Grange School, Northwich has produced an excellent Prezi, with a screencast of 4 screen capture tools. Take a look and see how you might […]

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  • We’ve recently installed Comic Life in the ICT suites, Art, MFL and the Junior School. It’s such a fun presentation application and boys are enjoying the very easy and creative […]

    Teaching Ideas with Comic Life

    We’ve recently installed Comic Life in the ICT suites, Art, MFL and the Junior School. It’s such a fun presentation application and boys are enjoying the very easy and creative […]

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  • We’ve created a series of tutorial videos in order to assist staff who want to get ahead with various aspects of blogging. Please visit this link. Also, don’t forget to visit […]

    Blogging Help

    We’ve created a series of tutorial videos in order to assist staff who want to get ahead with various aspects of blogging. Please visit this link. Also, don’t forget to visit […]

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