Tag Archives: twitter

Google maps

I have been playing with googlemaps for a little while and have tried to see how it could be in a slightly different way. I never  cease to be amazed at the ingenuity of fellow practitioners in their use of some of the free resources out there. In this case  the wonderful Giraffe class received […]

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Using Twitcam in Literacy

I was one of the very lucky people who was able to view the talk on Twitcam by Javier Drill Bustamente (a real life Amazon tribesman from the Ashaninka Community in Peru) who was talking to the pupils at Saltash community college. This was advertised on twitter by Dan Roberts (@Chickensaltash) and it attracted a […]

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Tweeting for Christmas

I have been involved for the last term with a range of classes who are tweeting as part of their everyday work. I have been also looking at ways of linking classes using it and have started thinking about ways exploiting chances in the run up to the Christmas break to join up new classes […]

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Twitter #140 conference

On Tuesday I was lucky enough to attend the #140 conference in London which was launched under the banner of Exploring the state of Now. There have already been two excellent blog postings by Terry Freedman and Chris from BrainPop but I want to record some of my thoughts around the event. I won my […]

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Twitter to support writing in Year One.

With my interest in using ICT to support the teaching of literacy I have looked at the use of blogs, wikis and Twitter in classes with interest over several years. I approached this term with the intention of working with a range of classes in developing the use of these tying them into recent developments […]

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