Tag Archives: BETT

Gove’s speech at BETT

    This morning I awoke to the news on Radio Four that Michael Gove had a significant announcement to make at the BETT show in London around the teaching of ICT.  I always find it interesting when Gove talks about ICT because the first eighteen months of his tenure as Secretary of State have […]

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Teachmeet Takeover

This week I am presenting at Teachmeet Takeover on Friday afternoon. These are the slides and links I will be using: Tweeting with Giraffes – Teachmeet takeover on Prezi Using Voicethread – excellent example from Heathfield Community Primary School in Bolton. Another excellent example from LEEP in Australia I then will show a video of […]

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Audioboos from BETT

A very quickpost to provide links to the Audioboos I have recorded during my time at BETT 2010. On Thursday morning I recorded a boo about Tedxorenda On Friday morning I recorded a boo about Teachmeet Takeover On Saturday morning I recorded a boo about the whole of Final BETT Boo I also recorded a […]

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Homeward bound

I am on the train home from BETT2010 having had to leave Teach Meet early in order to remind my family that I do exist after three days away and the apparent inability to use a mobile phone before children’s bed time! It has been a fascinating three days starting with CPD delivered to colleagues […]

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BETT 2010 Teachmeet takeover

I am sat quietly in a dark corner after my first day at BETT today. I have caught up with lots of friends, played #betttig and had a look around the stalls. As ever I have found that despite my great excitement at attending BETT the reality is often a disappointment. Many people are here offering the […]

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BETT 2010 Tedxorenda

I arrived in London at 5pm last night just in time to go to the first of the teacher curated events atthe BETT show. The event was hosted Bill Thompson (@billt) who is a well known technology writer in the UK and was designed to spark discussion about where we are going in our use […]

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