Monthly Archives: March 2014

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Pocket Peers

Giving students a chance to SHINE with Pocket Peers Let Teachers SHINE 2013 winner, John Hayes, Director of Learning for Design & Create at The East Manchester Academy, tells us how his idea ‘Pocket Literacy Peers’ helped to inspire his … Continue reading

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I found something that I used to use but for some reason stopped but now I’ve started using it again thanks to going somewhere where I shouldn’t have really have been

I managed to get an invite to a Headteachers’ Consortium conference in a nice hotel near Worthington Lakes on Monday morning. David Mitchell was speaking about the impact on Literacy standards his approach to blogging has had and the tools … Continue reading

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iThink Therefore iLearn

It’s not often I get asked to speak (Y3 would prefer me not to!) but an opportunity arose to talk about my school’s use of Chromebooks and Google Apps and how we got to be using them at the iThink … Continue reading

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