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It started as a normal, fairly mundane school day.........
Well connected teachers will find there are many ways to learn, share and teach, teachable moments arise constantly and interruptions to normal routines may become the norm. Yesterday was one such day, when normal classes were planned and a relaxing night at home anticipated, but....
World Museum Scratch Day Saturday, May 18th
Year 8 students are participating in the Squares, Circles and…Continue
Our Hawkesdale P12 College year 6 students linked up virtually with Lismore Primary School (approximately 1 1/4 hours drive away) to share war stories of their great or great great grandparents. As Australia celebrates Anzac Day tomorrow, April 25th, to remember those who fought for our country, this was great use of polycom equipment and smart boards to be able to connect and…Continue
Students in year 7 are learning how to use some of the lesser known features of MS Powerpoint. After creating animations in Powerpoint, I was going to get them to create games in Powerpoint. This was dependent on them accessing a file in the network drive in a 2011 folder. To my dismay, the folder had been removed. Now what!
I had just finished chatting to Lorraine Leo in skype re the imminent hurricane that was soon to…Continue
Hands were up all over the classroom from students new to Scratch trying to complete their sprite. Patiently the teacher moved around the room, answering those questions.
But.............. the teacher ........
"The Sun Never Sets" is one of the scheduled sessions offered as part of Connected Educator Month. It will be held on Friday August 3rd at 5pm, UTC or Saturday, August 4th at 7am, Melbourne Australia time (GMT+10).
This is a panel and open discussion about global connected education trends and how connected educators around the…Continue