A Modest Proposal

Multimedia Resources by Teacher Communities Here is a modest proposal I'm making to DFE and the Chartered College of Teaching. Read more

Some advice for Teachers new to Twitter in the new term

Everyone seems to be writing a blog on different aspects of advice for new teachers. Here's some for a Read more

Getting ready to launch a Twitter broadcast season

BUILDING A STUDIO Over the last few months and years I've been testing and building a small TV studio to Read more

Update on Professional Video Streaming through Twitter

This morning I finally cracked it. Good Video and superb audio with camera switching. I have been working on Read more

Video livestreaming through Wirecast to Persicope and out to Twitter

After a 7 month break, I've been working on being able to make quick video posts out through Twitter Read more

360 test

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We launch Mikeybot on Kickstarter

Together with a few colleagues I have launched a Kickstarter campaign > theMikeybot. This is a simple, cheap, wireless drawing Read more

Online resource for students

I don't get much mail through this site but recently a reader wanted to point out a resource for Read more

Pre-filming tests for documentary

I'm pretty close to the look I want for a documentary I'm going to make on the state of Read more

Cheap way to do camera crane shots and "flying" for video - Old boom pole + Zhiun Smooth Q Gimbal

I've been testing a cheap way to get "crane" shots using a Zhiun Smooth Q Gimbal and a modified Read more

World’s First Virtual Pop-Up Book – 3 Little Cowboy Builders!

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Recommended by Tim Rylands we went along to the Shoo-fly stand to talk with Anne Curtis. Anne Curtis, creative director of shooflypublishing and advisory teacher, talks to L4L about shoo-fly's virtual pop-up book – The 3 Little Cowboy Builders.
This is a highly imaginitive product and is probably the world's first virtual pop-up book – it brings the fun back into teaching and the classroom…

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Interview with Richard Millwood

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Richard Millwood talks exclusively to L4L about the achievements of Ultraversity, Ultralab, NAACE and his new venture - CORE.
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Interview with Hannah Jones of SLICT

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Archived; click post to view.
Excerpt: Click to Play Hannah Jones, Director of the SLICT programme at NCSL responds to the findings in Peter Twining’s report for BECTA (Educational change and ICT) that SLICT has begun to make a change in ICT.You can hear our podcast interview with Peter about this and several other outcomes here. phentermine pricephentermine onlinetramadol pricetramadol onlineclomid prescriptioncheap clomidcheap indocinindocin pricesprednisone free shippingdiscount prednisonediscount femarabuy femaraeffexor priceseffexor onlineorder viagra super activeviagra super activegeneric cialis free shippingcheap generic cialisorder generic viagracheap generic viagracheap female viagracheap vpxlpurchase viagra jellycheap viagra jellycheap cialis jellycialis jelly onlinepurchase kamagra onlinekamagra free shippingdiscount viagra cialis viagra cialis compare pricesorder…

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Teachers who develop using FileMaker Pro

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FileMaker Pro has recently been awarded Curriculum Online status which is surprising as a number of teacher/ developers have been working closely with it in the education sector for years. We interviewed a number of teachers and developers about their use of the program at BETT 2007. Uses were varied even including the ability to use SMS!

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Interview with Valerie Thompson about Schools Minister’s announcement

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Today at BETT, the Schools Minister Jim Knight announced an ambitious plan to set up a task force to look at how government, the IT industry and education charities can work together to ensure all children have access to the internet outside of school. The government wants to enable less well off pupils to have internet access either at home or through after-schools clubs and extended schools.In this short interview we asked Valerie Thompson, of the e-Learning Foundation, to explain their role in the process...
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