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ICTWilts: Oscar Stringer

Oscar is an Apple Distinguished Educator, speaking about exploring how the iPad can really help students learn and teachers teach. He helps teachers to get the most from their investment. Consider also, the paperless classroom. Poetry and book reviews without … Continue reading

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ICTWilts: engaging children with learning difficulties using iPads

Andrew and Alison from Exeter House Special School. Six students were identified in the first instance that were disengaged with school. Alison was inspired by a talk she attended by Barry Carpenter about the changes in school populations, especially in … Continue reading

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ICTWilts: iPadagogy

I’ve been looking forward to this one. Nicky Newbury teaches at one of our feeder primary schools and I have been down to see how she runs her digital leaders program. One of her DLs is in year 3 which … Continue reading

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ICTWilts: Visualisers

Luke and Linda have come from Westbury Infants to explain what they do with the Visualisers in class to show how powerful they can be. Linda explains that writing, speaking and listening are what they target and it’s always been … Continue reading

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ICTWilts: Russell Prue

Russell is talking about better learning through broadcasting. His handouts can be downloaded from his website andertontiger.com/Russell or you can text him for a link He talks about useful phones and how good Twitter is (laying it on thick about … Continue reading

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Inspire, Create, Teach – Wilts LA

Today’s conference at Center Parcs is focused on sharing good practice from the first phase of this project and inspiring those of us who are taking part in the second. We begin with a keynote from Anne Casey on the … Continue reading

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