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Thu, 17 Nov 2016 18:03:54 GMT2016-11-17T18:03:54Z

One of the posters up on campus promoting #resilience

Looking for math homework help

Sat, 20 Apr 2013 18:49:04 GMT2013-04-20T18:49:04Z

The Internet is a wonderful thing, as it has opened up the world to a great deal of new and unique information that had previously been unavailable. Granted, while a lot of the Internet is loaded with advertisements and silly … Continue reading

Essay Writing Help Tip: Paragraphs

Fri, 19 Apr 2013 17:48:15 GMT2013-04-19T17:48:15Z

Today we have another essay help tip. When it comes to writing essays, students tend to make one mistake that frustrates both examiners and teachers no end: Shifting topics within the same paragraph of an essay. The most common cause … Continue reading

Blog problems

Wed, 20 Oct 2010 17:07:26 GMT2010-10-20T17:07:26Z

update: I’ve now moved my blog! The new site is almost ready – you can find it on Goodbye edublogs!!!! Oh dear – I haven’t looked at my blog for some time (a combination of being off work ill … Continue reading

Another language gone …

Sun, 07 Feb 2010 16:12:56 GMT2010-02-07T16:12:56Z

I’ve just noticed that the last speaker of “Bo”, a language that used to exist in the Andaman Islands, has died. What struck me particularly about the report was the sentence “Boa Sr spent the last few years of her … Continue reading

Virtual graduations

Fri, 11 Dec 2009 11:48:06 GMT2009-12-11T11:48:06Z

November 26th saw a new innovation for virtual worlds. Some students who are distance learners were graduating, but were unable to come to the ceremony – Fiona Littleton, working with colleagues in informatics, created the first Second Life graduation held … Continue reading

Attempting to write

Mon, 30 Nov 2009 17:17:25 GMT2009-11-30T17:17:25Z

OK so the blog is looking a bit dismal again, but at least this time I’ve got a fairly water-tight excuse – ended up in hospital at the beginning of October, finally got diagnosed with viral labyrinthitis, and still off … Continue reading

Let bikes use bus lanes

Sat, 19 Sep 2009 16:53:35 GMT2009-09-19T16:53:35Z

I headed in to Edinburgh today, which is unusual for me on a Saturday, but there was a bike rally on and I thought I’d show some support. Although this wasn’t an SMC event, several SMC members turned up to … Continue reading

Let’s get some interesting new kinds of books

Wed, 26 Aug 2009 16:54:58 GMT2009-08-26T16:54:58Z

At the beginning of August I attended a really stimulating PALA conference (I have to add that I’ve never yet been to an un-stimulating PALA conference) and my ego was thoroughly boosted by people actually coming to my presentation (even … Continue reading

The great and the good

Wed, 15 Jul 2009 13:06:21 GMT2009-07-15T13:06:21Z

It’s not often that you meet people who just seem to be at the epitome of humankind … but David Crystal is currently my favourite person. Here are some reasons: he’s clever with words he’s written lots of books – … Continue reading

Future of learning and technology

Thu, 09 Jul 2009 10:27:37 GMT2009-07-09T10:27:37Z

Link: A very quick summary of events at a recent conference on “the future of education” (thanks to Mark Pegrum for the link). I was interested to note that Howard Gardner (of “multiple intelligences” fame) was speaking. There are also … Continue reading

at the ECM

Sat, 06 Jun 2009 17:28:14 GMT2009-06-06T17:28:14Z

Finally got to the Edinburgh Coffee Morning. I always pick up some interesting tips, and it’s great to find out what people are doing and looking into with software and widgets.

Seeing hands

Sun, 19 Apr 2009 09:51:34 GMT2009-04-19T09:51:34Z

Should I volunteer? For some time I’ve been receiving news and reading the “Seeing Hands” blog. It’s an inspirational look at helping blind people in Nepal to gain education and a paying job – not easy in a country that … Continue reading

CEOP seek direct help from Trainer Community

Mon, 22 Dec 2008 15:44:38 GMT2008-12-22T15:44:38Z

The Child Exploitation and Online Protection (CEOP) Centre has taken the unprecedented descision to make a direct appeal for information via its website and a direct email to its trainers.  They feel they have exhausted all other channels and really need the help … Continue reading

Remember 35mm?

Sun, 28 Sep 2008 17:01:43 GMT2008-09-28T17:01:43Z

A few weeks back we discovered an old 35mm film lying around that hadnt been developed.  It turned out to be various bits’n’bobs from a few years back, but in particular I was thirlled to see it had some pics … Continue reading

Landlord Registration Scheme and web-trails

Sat, 27 Sep 2008 13:55:07 GMT2008-09-27T13:55:07Z

Working through a pile of paperwork that has built up over the last week or so (while I have been away on various training and CPD events including the Scottish Learning Festival and TeachMeet08) I found a renewal confirmation from … Continue reading

TeachMeet08 at the Scottish Learning Festival 2008

Sat, 20 Sep 2008 13:31:15 GMT2008-09-20T13:31:15Z

Just signed up for this years TeachMeet08.  Without doubt the best CPD you can get with respect to ICT, Technology, and a chance to meet the people who are at the edge of using technology to take our students forward … Continue reading

Mon, 28 Apr 2008 12:22:30 GMT2008-04-28T12:22:30Z


Blog Activity Moved to Jist Haiverin

Mon, 11 Feb 2008 10:26:23 GMT2008-02-11T10:26:23Z

I’ve moved my blogging activity to  Jist Haiverin

Talking Photo

Wed, 19 Dec 2007 15:54:32 GMT2007-12-19T15:54:32Z

PQDVD have developed software which appears to be like Crazy Talk but much cheaper. Seems to be worth a look.  

Camtasia Studio 5 – user experience

Fri, 02 Nov 2007 11:35:33 GMT2007-11-02T11:35:33Z

Andrew Brown’s Captivate series introduced me to a number of facilities in the program which I hadn’t fully appreciated. However, there are times when still images aren’t good enough for training purposes, such as when you want to illustrate a … Continue reading

A fellow defender of Bebo in Education

Wed, 19 Sep 2007 18:39:46 GMT2007-09-19T18:39:46Z I have just heard from a fellow supported of Bebo at TeachMeet07.  Very encouraging to hear about others fighting to keep it open (or get it open in schools).  To use it as a tool in the fight against … Continue reading

MTV Sticky

Wed, 19 Sep 2007 09:14:13 GMT2007-09-19T09:14:13Z While trying to track down the full report for the MTV/Microsoft/etal survey (thanks for the lead David) I found two things.  Firstly thast the full report is internal to MTV and its partners, and that MTV have a site … Continue reading

A common vision for ICT coordinators?

Tue, 18 Sep 2007 19:57:59 GMT2007-09-18T19:57:59Z

5 years ago when I took up my current post, as the schools ICT coordinator, I had a very clear, and detailed vision of where I wanted the school to be in 5 years time.  I am glad to say that … Continue reading

That Traditional Mongolian Delicacy – Mars Bar Cheese cake

Sat, 08 Sep 2007 15:23:21 GMT2007-09-08T15:23:21Z

I will be heading down after school on Wednesday 19th September to TeachMeet07.  This is the first time that I will have made it although it is an event that I have wanted to go to for a while.  I … Continue reading

Bebo. Their space or yours?

Sat, 08 Sep 2007 12:37:56 GMT2007-09-08T12:37:56Z

For those who subscribe to the tree house, sorry its been so long.Im back with some thoughts on how young people see bebo and other social networking sites.  I have been reflecting on various aspects of this for the last … Continue reading

Year of the Blog

Thu, 06 Sep 2007 20:04:23 GMT2007-09-06T20:04:23Z

So this academic year I’m going to use bogs with S1, S2, and the Higher class, for the following purposes: * S1 – to showcase the work of the class and allow parents to see how their child is doing. … Continue reading

Online Networks

Mon, 23 Jul 2007 19:37:28 GMT2007-07-23T19:37:28Z

I have spent most of this afternoon trying to show my husband how to use Facebookwhich is similar to My Space, Bebo etc but apparently for the ahem… more mature person, or so I’m told! As I guided him through … Continue reading

Anyone for Coffee?

Fri, 29 Jun 2007 13:54:13 GMT2007-06-29T13:54:13Z

Another WOW!

Embedding TeacherTube Videos

Fri, 08 Jun 2007 14:24:57 GMT2007-06-08T14:24:57Z

If you use TeacherTube (discussed here) to store pupil videos, you can easily link to them on your blog (or website). For WordPress and Edublogs blogs just follow this advice – Q: How can I embed a video for my … Continue reading

Tales Animator

Mon, 04 Jun 2007 20:56:02 GMT2007-06-04T20:56:02Z

Yet another animation program. Tales Animator uses a scripting language to animate figures to produce good looking cartoons. The scripting language is fairly easy to use but would be too difficult for younger kids. Another free download with lots of … Continue reading

MonkeyJam – Stop Motion Animation

Sat, 02 Jun 2007 09:40:42 GMT2007-06-02T09:40:42Z

Many teachers use the Digital Blue Movie Creator for stop motion animation. Although it is easy and fun to use, it has some limitations, particularly the quality of the output. MonkeyJam lets you create stop motion animation from any web … Continue reading

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SCRATCH – Animation and programming for kids

Sat, 02 Jun 2007 08:30:29 GMT2007-06-02T08:30:29Z

I’m just catching up on this. Thanks to Neil Winton’s post. SCRATCH is a free program which lets kids create animations by using a simple programming language. It seems to be quite powerful and, apart from the fun the kids … Continue reading

Comic Life for Windows

Mon, 28 May 2007 08:12:39 GMT2007-05-28T08:12:39Z

Comic Life is a popular program on the mac which lets you create comic strip stories very easily. The company is working on a Windows version and has released a free beta version for testing. It seems to be fairly … Continue reading

Google Docs – a useful collaborative tool

Wed, 23 May 2007 09:35:55 GMT2007-05-23T09:35:55Z

Google Docs is a simple online word processor (and spreadsheet) with basic functions. With a decent online connection it responds quickly and can be used as a place to store documents. One of its strengths for a teacher is the … Continue reading

Travelling Ted

Thu, 29 Mar 2007 17:09:16 GMT2007-03-29T17:09:16Z

This week my son’s nursery – Langside Nursery – sent home Ted and asked us to record his adventures. We were given a book to record it and a camera with strict instructions to limit ourselves to 5 photos. That’s … Continue reading


Sun, 04 Mar 2007 19:06:57 GMT2007-03-04T19:06:57Z

Last week I was lucky enough to go to the naace conference in Torquay. It was a long way from home and I thought I was the only Scot until Thursday. Then, thanks to the catalyst of Laurie O’Donnell who … Continue reading

Google Video Inspiration

Sat, 24 Feb 2007 20:11:29 GMT2007-02-24T20:11:29Z

I have just been watching Carronshore‘s excellent videos of their Scottish poetry. I had been wondering why they had moved to edublogs but having seen these videos and the ease with which you can post them I can see why. … Continue reading

Network frustrations

Thu, 14 Dec 2006 20:28:28 GMT2006-12-14T20:28:28Z

Today we were unable to see any of the comments that had been left on our school blog because websense had decided to block it. There was my P5 class desperate to see what comments had been posted about their … Continue reading

Podcasting Delight!

Wed, 13 Dec 2006 23:02:15 GMT2006-12-13T23:02:15Z

Last night after much tinkering and pushing myself way out of my comfort/understanding zone I managed to embed my Primary 5 French podcast within my school blog – success!! This might not seem like a huge achievement to some of … Continue reading

Glow Pilot

Sat, 02 Dec 2006 00:09:32 GMT2006-12-02T00:09:32Z

So what have I been up to over the last few weeks? Basically, teaching! I have been trying to get on to Glow and look at the pilot but I managed to lock myself out – entirely my fault as … Continue reading

IPS News 1

Sat, 02 Dec 2006 00:04:55 GMT2006-12-02T00:04:55Z

It feels like ages since I was blogging – and I suppose it was. What is my excuse? The usual! I am not going to feel guilty though, as this is a personal blog and supposed to be a pleasurable … Continue reading

Test upload mp3

Sat, 04 Nov 2006 11:53:44 GMT2006-11-04T11:53:44Z


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What a busy week!

Sun, 15 Oct 2006 11:50:14 GMT2006-10-15T11:50:14Z

I have neglected my own blog over the past week mainly because I have been so busy pushing on with all my great inspirational ideas from SETT. Our school website is beginning to take shape with lots of great suggestions … Continue reading

Problems with my new feed

Tue, 10 Oct 2006 13:57:56 GMT2006-10-10T13:57:56Z

If you do visit this blog then you’ll have seen my last message informing you that I have moved to a new site. The only problem is that I think I made a pig’s ear of changing the feed in … Continue reading

I’m moving…

Mon, 09 Oct 2006 13:02:05 GMT2006-10-09T13:02:05Z

The feeds the same but the host is changing. If you still want to read my nonsense and view my site then change the link to:

Oh no…I can’t sing!!!

Sun, 08 Oct 2006 20:50:37 GMT2006-10-08T20:50:37Z

Have a listen to me under the monicker of unaccompanied_lady (there’s a respectable reason for this). I’m having a go at the Kiss classic ‘Detroit Rock City’. I’m slightly off the beat but I was having trouble with the mic … Continue reading

Have you got talent? Get that voice online then!

Sun, 08 Oct 2006 17:11:59 GMT2006-10-08T17:11:59Z

Whilst in the throes of an early morning hangover this morning (after making merry to celbrate Scotland’s superb victory last night) I switched on BBC 1 and caught the last 15 minutes of Click, a programme dedicated to the web. … Continue reading

BBC: zoo simulation game

Fri, 06 Oct 2006 14:34:29 GMT2006-10-06T14:34:29Z

I was watching the TV this morning when I switched over to BBC2 and caught 5 mins of a programme called Roar. Very much like The Really Wild Show (or Animal Magic if you are my age). What caught my … Continue reading

Make consoles pink-attract women to gameplay!

Thu, 05 Oct 2006 11:52:49 GMT2006-10-05T11:52:49Z

There’s an interesting article on the BBC site that discusses gender and game play. It investigates attitiudes of female gamers ans how the games industry can attract the fairer sex to playing with range of consoles that are avilable. The … Continue reading

School Blog

Wed, 04 Oct 2006 22:33:03 GMT2006-10-04T22:33:03Z

I had a meeting today with Susan Ronnie from Kirlandneuk PS about setting up our French blog between the two schools. It is great to be involved in this kind of collaboration and we both feel it will really benefit … Continue reading

Emotional Intelligence

Wed, 04 Oct 2006 22:09:22 GMT2006-10-04T22:09:22Z

I went on a great twilight course last night – Interview Skills with Shona Carmichael, Primary Consultation. Basically the aims of the course were to outline how to have a successful interview by having an understanding of what school management … Continue reading

Futurelab research into games

Wed, 04 Oct 2006 18:37:21 GMT2006-10-04T18:37:21Z

Futurelab have just published the report of their investigation into games and learning. It’s making interesting reading. I will post more about this later. Access the report from this link.

Nintendo DS: More cognitive demand in games…

Wed, 04 Oct 2006 18:19:32 GMT2006-10-04T18:19:32Z

I have hardly spent anytime playing Big Brain Academy for the Nintendo DS due to the fact that I have been acting out my surgery techniques under the guise of Derek Stiles, trainee surgeon in Trauma Centre! Nevertheless, Big Brain … Continue reading

Peter Jackson: New gaming for the Xbox

Fri, 29 Sep 2006 11:52:33 GMT2006-09-29T11:52:33Z

It appears that Peter Jackson of Lord of the Rings and King Kong fame has signed up with Microsoft to design a ‘new’ approach to gaming via the Xbox 360 live. It looks as though he plans to develop an … Continue reading

Active games vs. sedentary lifestyles

Thu, 28 Sep 2006 22:43:57 GMT2006-09-28T22:43:57Z

Hooray! I finally managed to get my wireless network working tonight. Isn’t it great. 🙂 Anyway, did anyone see the BBC report from the X06 exhibition? They featured a really interesting game that has the player fully engaged with a … Continue reading

Return to the Blog

Tue, 29 Aug 2006 14:51:22 GMT2006-08-29T14:51:22Z

I’m ashamed that I didn’t blog, blog, blog regularly after the New Technology Residential at Stirling back in March. I’ve been learning, and starting to actually do, a lot since then so maybe I’ll have something to write about soon! … Continue reading

Talking to the cluster heads

Tue, 20 Jun 2006 15:18:46 GMT2006-06-20T15:18:46Z

 Here we are talking about blogging.

Storing Podcasts

Sat, 27 May 2006 08:54:53 GMT2006-05-27T08:54:53Z

At the Masterclass New Technology we should people how to upload files to the Internet Archive via a web browser using windows. It is quite a clunky process. Much easier is to use the CcPublisherccPublisher is a tool that does … Continue reading

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eLive and the Scots Edu Blogosphere

Fri, 26 May 2006 08:38:24 GMT2006-05-26T08:38:24Z

eLive seemed to be a great success and was commented on all over the place (apologies for the unsorted list, it is on my list to fix) It’s the Kids, Stupid 25, May, 2006 Will Alan November at eLive! 23, … Continue reading

Blogging from eLive

Wed, 24 May 2006 15:00:39 GMT2006-05-24T15:00:39Z

This is me blogging at eLive, I can’t think of much to say.


Wed, 24 May 2006 05:33:41 GMT2006-05-24T05:33:41Z

I’ve been seeing a lot of spam comments on this blog, so I’ve activated a new plugin: Auto-Close Comments which automatically closes comments after 21 days. hopefully this will help.

Image Example

Fri, 12 May 2006 07:40:49 GMT2006-05-12T07:40:49Z

 A picture

ScotEduBlog Meetup

Sun, 07 May 2006 12:27:51 GMT2006-05-07T12:27:51Z

From the horse’s mouth: The ScotEduBlog Meetup is open to anyone who wants to come, not just edubloggers. It might help if you know or want to know what a blog is, enjoy a drink and eating fine food. Read … Continue reading

Glaitness Primary 7 Blog

Sat, 29 Apr 2006 05:32:02 GMT2006-04-29T05:32:02Z

Tim Geddes who was at the Masterclass New Technology course is blogging with the Glaitness Primary 7. So far there is a pile of video clips of the classes trip to Nethybridge Outdoor Centre. It must have been great for … Continue reading

Glaitness School Blog

Sun, 23 Apr 2006 21:11:18 GMT2006-04-23T21:11:18Z

P7 pupils from Glaitness School in Orkney have just returned from a trip to Abernethy outdoor centre in Nethybridge. Each day we made a video of all the activities we took part in, edited them in imovie, exported them as … Continue reading

Practical Blogging

Thu, 13 Apr 2006 15:41:35 GMT2006-04-13T15:41:35Z

At Stirling, a few people asked for practical examples of blogging being used by children. I’ve added background information to the Primary 7 Writing Blog so that teachers can see the thinking behind it and the practicalities of putting it … Continue reading

Monday – Back to Reality

Mon, 27 Mar 2006 21:02:56 GMT2006-03-27T21:02:56Z

Still letting all the ideas from last week swirl around in my head! I know I must think through the best ways to use what I learned and allow some of the possiblities I caught a glimmer of, to come … Continue reading

Science Fictional Facts

Fri, 24 Mar 2006 21:09:51 GMT2006-03-24T21:09:51Z

Beam me up Scotty! check here to see what some clever people have been doing in Japan for some time now. This video of a human water rocket is also worth a look.

Trip to Normandy, France

Fri, 24 Mar 2006 14:14:54 GMT2006-03-24T14:14:54Z

Write a comment (in French!) and discuss what you enjoyed best about your trip to Normandy. Think about what you enjoyed, where you were and why it was so important and memorable.


Fri, 24 Mar 2006 13:28:42 GMT2006-03-24T13:28:42Z

As the holidays approach Lets look at the weather I think its cold Teacher says I’m a blether

Looking after Goldfish

Fri, 24 Mar 2006 12:51:43 GMT2006-03-24T12:51:43Z

We are finding out about looking after pets. Click here to see a video of my goldfish.  It is 8 years old and is very healthy.  I look after it well. We are going to make a pamphlet about looking after … Continue reading

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PCPod success

Fri, 24 Mar 2006 11:45:50 GMT2006-03-24T11:45:50Z

We are now adding the final enhancements to our group activity (not task).  Graham is working his magic on our photos to see if he can get rid of the red-eye disease.  The creation of simple instructions for blogging and podcasting was great fun and I personally … Continue reading


Fri, 24 Mar 2006 10:53:30 GMT2006-03-24T10:53:30Z

The group I was in have been perfecting the blog PCPod and had it praised by James Farmer – whom John says is an ace blogger!

The Watergaw…as a movie!

Fri, 24 Mar 2006 10:50:59 GMT2006-03-24T10:50:59Z

You should really listen to the audio file first and then have a look at the movie file of this poem. How does image help to convet meaning. Is my interpretation of the poem enhanced in this format? Let me … Continue reading

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The Watergaw…as an audio file

Fri, 24 Mar 2006 10:46:33 GMT2006-03-24T10:46:33Z

Have a listen to ‘The Watergaw’ by Hugh MacDiarmid. This poem uses the watergaw (a rainbow) as a metaphor for life and death. What do you think of the poem and my interpretation of it. Listen to: The Watergaw

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Fri, 24 Mar 2006 10:44:49 GMT2006-03-24T10:44:49Z

“When I was at primary school I got picked on non-stop for two years. No-one talked to me. I hadn’t done anything to get blamed for, and I still don’t know the reason I got picked on. I wasn’t any … Continue reading

Comparing Two Websites on ‘Space’

Fri, 24 Mar 2006 10:39:01 GMT2006-03-24T10:39:01Z

Your task is in three parts. Download the recording sheet on which you will record information on the quality of two websites. DOWNLOAD Click on the Space Shuttles to go to the websites. Fill in the recording sheet.               … Continue reading

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Inversnaid : by Gerard Manley Hopkins

Fri, 24 Mar 2006 10:36:43 GMT2006-03-24T10:36:43Z

    This poem was written in response to the feelings aroused by aspects of the Scottish countryside. What does the poem make you feel? Click here to listen … are you relaxed, or disturbed? …do you feel angry or … Continue reading

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A science experiment to try at home.

Fri, 24 Mar 2006 10:34:29 GMT2006-03-24T10:34:29Z

You have each been given some blotting paper, aluminium foil, wire and a bulb. Carry out the instructions below.  Write a short report on your experiment, telling us if you were able to light the bulb or not.  Did you … Continue reading

Calendar Contributions

Fri, 24 Mar 2006 10:33:12 GMT2006-03-24T10:33:12Z

Make your entry for the month of May.  Remember you can send poems, photographs, stories or anything you think might be of interest. I look forward to seeing your work.  

Letter from the Trenches

Fri, 24 Mar 2006 10:20:40 GMT2006-03-24T10:20:40Z

Together, we are going to write a letter from the trenches.  Imagine that you are a soldier – Private McKay – in the trenches writing home to his mother. You are 20 years old and have been in the trenches for a … Continue reading

Interactive Voting Systems

Fri, 24 Mar 2006 02:58:22 GMT2006-03-24T02:58:22Z

Today we spent some time looking at interactive voting systems, taking into consideration the views, comments and experiences of others. I am of the opinion that it might be better to hold off for a little while, at least until … Continue reading


Fri, 24 Mar 2006 00:14:48 GMT2006-03-24T00:14:48Z

Today we tried out some voting systems and had some fun but the possible positive outcomes for learning and teaching were more than matched by the unreliability of the products we tried and the expense…. a technology for the future … Continue reading

All about time

Thu, 23 Mar 2006 19:00:40 GMT2006-03-23T19:00:40Z

We have been looking at telling the time in class this week. I would like you to go here Look at Sam’s clock with only one hand. What do you think the solution to this problem is? Post your solution … Continue reading


Thu, 23 Mar 2006 18:47:40 GMT2006-03-23T18:47:40Z

While doing our ‘Activity’ this afternoon we took a look at examples from various school websites. Check out these two examples: room 208, Juniper Green

PC Pod

Thu, 23 Mar 2006 17:29:18 GMT2006-03-23T17:29:18Z

Thank you for visiting PC Pod’s Teachers’ Guide to Blogging and Podcasting. This guide aims to help educators unravel the mysteries of blogging and podcasting. But……what is a blog? How do I podcast? PC Pod is here to help…. Blogging … Continue reading

Podcast trial

Thu, 23 Mar 2006 16:49:50 GMT2006-03-23T16:49:50Z

This is a podcast trial.  Click here.

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Useful Blogs

Thu, 23 Mar 2006 15:26:17 GMT2006-03-23T15:26:17Z

Check out my blogroll guys.  Have you visited the Landmark Project site?  I was very impressed with David Warlick’s presentation at SETT in 2004. 

Podcasting from the Homefront

Thu, 23 Mar 2006 14:53:37 GMT2006-03-23T14:53:37Z

Don’t ask. Really, don’t ask. Listen to this, chaps!

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Thu, 23 Mar 2006 14:44:09 GMT2006-03-23T14:44:09Z

Don’t know if I’ve fully grasped this idea.  Write a story, post it, await a comment and reply?? Is that it? 

BBC Creative Content

Thu, 23 Mar 2006 14:40:15 GMT2006-03-23T14:40:15Z

I’ve recently come across the BBC Creative Content site.   The video sequences are brilliant in themselves for the content witihn but they are also great for using in video     editing exercises.   


Wed, 22 Mar 2006 23:39:51 GMT2006-03-22T23:39:51Z

I learned such a lot today. Lots to follow up after tantalising tastes of so many possibilities! Blogging, podcasting, storing bookmarks online, showing off to the world, tagging and sorting and sharing….

masterclass radio

Wed, 22 Mar 2006 18:56:02 GMT2006-03-22T18:56:02Z

A fun mix of news, music and gossip about our first day at Masterclass.

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masterclass radio

Wed, 22 Mar 2006 18:55:53 GMT2006-03-22T18:55:53Z

A fun mix of news, music and gossip about our first day at Masterclass.

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Wed, 22 Mar 2006 18:55:03 GMT2006-03-22T18:55:03Z

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Glaitness trip to Abernethy

Wed, 22 Mar 2006 17:25:42 GMT2006-03-22T17:25:42Z

Here is a video podcast with an interview about Primary 7 forthcoming trip. Nethybridge Trip

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Hill of Banchory Primary School

Wed, 22 Mar 2006 13:56:41 GMT2006-03-22T13:56:41Z

Welcome to the first blog page of a very new school. Class six/seven are excited about the prospect of having the world read some of their work… well at least a few people would be good! That’s assuming the teacher … Continue reading

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Glaitness School in Orkney

Wed, 22 Mar 2006 13:04:09 GMT2006-03-22T13:04:09Z

I work as a music, ict and support teacher in a Primary School in the Orkney Islands, with approximately 250 pupils, and as the Masterclass representative, have taken it upon myself to set up the school website. It has been … Continue reading