Monthly Archives: July 2011

10 ways to use Kindle in the classroom

I’m coming up to six months with the class set of Kindles and recently prepared this (slightly amateur!) video for TeachMeet Clevedon, which I was not able to attend in person. I’m going to be allowed to keep them until … Continue reading

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SHP 2011: Reflection

In January, when I was signed up for an SHP workshop, I remember thinking to myself, “You’d better actually do some more things now, or you’ll have nothing to say in July.” I’m so glad I took my own advice! … Continue reading

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End of Year Reflection

In September I made some new year’s resolutions for school, and now seems like a good time to review my progress against them. 1. Less writing I think this was a win. It didn’t look like I expected, but my … Continue reading

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SHP Workshop

Mapping History: Using Google Maps to support historical enquiry Google Teacher Academy (already nearly a year ago) was an inspiring and full on-day, but the thing that stuck with me strongest was using Google Maps in the classroom. I’d been … Continue reading

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