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Comment on spam by Struan

Tue, 30 May 2006 20:00:30 +0000

Me too... Its been a bit of a firefight trying to keep on top of the spam. Just as well there is mass edit mode in Wordpress!

Comment on ScotEduBlog Meetup by Ewan McIntosh

Sun, 07 May 2006 13:03:34 +0000

Does that make you the cat's mother? Or father? Or something...?

Comment on Free Music by andywatson

Sun, 26 Mar 2006 20:06:20 +0000

Just noticed I gave an old url for Music producer. Sorry. You'll find it here

Comment on Next Steps by Dennis Hopkins

Fri, 24 Mar 2006 17:46:56 +0000

My next step is to go one massive detox! Following that I have invited the Qwizdom man down to North Ayrshire next week to demonstrate his funtastic system! I shall share anything of interest from that.... I really was hooked by the podcasting and just how straightforward that will be in my primary schools. Aim to target a couple of schools and give that shot relatively soon. Blogging is cool, but I see so many more Authority issues (for issues read objections) in that area and will no doubt need to arrange a series of meetings to create agendas for subsequent meetings that will make dates for future meetings! But will be worth it I am sure! Enjoyed everyone's company - thanks for a great time.

Comment on Next Steps by Mac Bloggers

Fri, 24 Mar 2006 14:43:10 +0000

need to develop confidence ourselves - begin by using technology for the needs we have and work at our own pace start with one class, and gradually widen the audience/participation focus on podcasting rather than blogging to start with - less resistance from staff? start with a specific purpose - eg. blogging while on a school trip to inform parents/those back at school find out what the authority network might be blocking keep in touch with other masterclassers via edublog gradually share with other staff as confidence develops

Comment on Next Steps by jacko

Fri, 24 Mar 2006 14:40:22 +0000

Time to reflect on and implement something of pedagogical value(involving blogs, and podcasting) on a manageable scale in our own school or university contexts, with some evaluation of its 'added pedagogical value'. Moreover, take something forward in groups of members wishing to work together for mutual support and creative synergy. Then maybe we can reconvene for a 'Show and Tell' or 'Kick and Say' session on the Day 1 on 21 March 2007. On the subsequent 2 days groups will pursue developments in their area of interest whilst located in the same place, with good food, wine and a conducive atmosphere.

Comment on Next Steps by Andy Watson

Fri, 24 Mar 2006 14:36:26 +0000

1 Blogging and podcasting are inexpensive (mostly free) technologies so are easily implemented. However, there are a number of different technologies which can be used to the same end. While they'll all allow us to blog/podcast, there are bound to be some programs which are better than others for use with children. A review of the educational strengths/weaknesses of the different programs would be useful. 2 SSDN will have a profound influence on Scottish Education. It is vital that easy access to blogging/podcasting facilities is available. This may be through one system or by allowing access to any system. 3 An immediate step is to ensure that all Authorities allow access to blogs. 4 The community of Scottish bloggers needs to keep in touch to avoid duplication of effort and to share ideas. This might be done through scot-edu-blog or the MasterClass New Technology blog or something else. Whatever is chosen, I think that it is vital that everyone stays connected.

Comment on Next Steps by Morag

Fri, 24 Mar 2006 14:32:56 +0000

I anticipate using many of the ideas but it will be one small step at a time, experimenting and learning with the students. I would not anticipate introducing this to colleagues until I felt comfortable about finding my way around. However, I am beginning to get to grips with the ideas (although I am still dodging around 'RSS').

Comment on Next Steps by ADEETEE

Fri, 24 Mar 2006 14:32:50 +0000

The next step is to consolidate what I've learnt and choose a school where I can work with a class or group. I've also got to make sure that learnerblogs is going to work witihn our firewall. With this in mind it's going to be important for SSDN to facilitate the new technologies.

Comment on Next Steps by A.G. Pate

Fri, 24 Mar 2006 14:31:19 +0000

During the last three days (yesterday afternoon in particular) we were all very keen and focussed, working with purpose and enthusiasm. I'm wondering, however, if the weblogs we've created will continue to be updated. Is this sustainable? My next steps: • Keep in contact with Masterclass colleagues to share good practice; • Continue to monitor my use of my weblog; • Reflect how weblogs could be used in a university context to enhance learning and teaching; • Share good practice with ICT colleagues