The blogs of both Laura Mayo and Alice Shepherd are worth a look especially to see how they use media to interpret and summarise the studies done by Maslow, Collins and Quillian THE HIERARCHICAL NETWORK MODEL OF SEMANTIC MEMORY. I really like how their blogs are progressing and their course seems fascinating.
Lastly Michael Tidds’ new blog on the NAHT Assessment materials is a must read – go there now and download all the NAHT docs hidden away on their site!
If you can’t see the video above on your device please go here:
“The Twitter” links appear not to be working so here they are:
and the #textbookscount hashtag here:
The non-interactive version is here
All the links and more are mentioned in this Bit.ly Bundle link here if you prefer text:
I will be adding to the URL aggregator above as the debate develops.
I have been sitting on this interview for weeks. I apologise about the sound in advance as we were VERY short on time and the ubiquitous London band saw started up in the middle.
You can read far more about the project on the Tate’s Pages below:
Tate Worlds is a collaboration with Adam Clarke, Lead Artist and Producer, The Common People; Map maker Dragnoz and Minecraft builders Kupo, Featherblade and Tewkesape; Jane Burton, Creative Director, and Tony Guillan, Producer, Tate.
If you cannot see the video above go to the direct link here:
or watch the non-interactive version, whiuch you can download an show in your school or to your SLT, here:
The interview with Dame Alison Peacock seems not to work on the video so here it is on the blog:
If you still can’t see it through your device just click on the link below:
I have curated all the blogs around this topic in a bit.ly bundle below – you can see Tim Oates’ Video – links to several blogger’s responses and to the consultation documents and online form:
Click on image to go to bitly links page