Published on February 5, 2009
How can we build pupil independence through further development of ICT across the curriculum at Honeywood?
What you currently do What your pupils currently do What to avoid What you could do
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What you could do Go to where the students are Web 2.0 technology is easy to use or it dies out quickly (training is simple) Prefects develop resources for lower years Students favour audio and video so podcast Many will write blog or read blogs so encourage it If you can’t beat them join them
Go to where the students are
Web 2.0 technology is easy to use or it dies out quickly (training is simple)
Prefects develop resources for lower years
Students favour audio and video so podcast
Many will write blog or read blogs so encourage it
If you can’t beat them join them
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