News Tagged 'Curriculum'

Christmas IWB Resources

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Rudolf the Red-nosed Reindeer pictureThere are many Christmas Interactive Whiteboard  files to be downloaded from following websites and in particular Smart Exchange. It is well worth a look before starting to make your own and if you have not already signed up then it is well worth doing so.

Teachit Primary:

Christmas Baubles!   Years 1 & 2
Can you ...

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Safer Internet Day 2012

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Safer Internet Day 2012 Logo

“Discovering the digital world together safely”

The UK Safer Internet Center has developed a pack of resources ready for Safer Internet Day (SID) 2012 which is due to take place on the 7th February 2012.

The theme for the day is Connecting Generations with the ...

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Video Conferencing with Skype

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At one time, video conferencing (VC) needed expensive equipment, a discrete phone line and a lot of patience to set up. These days many teachers will be using Skype to get a similar service.

Skype is an ideal free application that could be used for a very simple video conferencing in your primary school. Facebook and Google offer this facility and it can be done using smart phones, iPad2, The iPod Touch ...

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IfranView

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IrfanView is a free graphics viewer for Windows. It is designed to be simple for beginners but has some of the powerful elements found in PhotoShop and could be ideal for use in primary schools.

It is particularly useful for creating panorama images where pupils / teachers can upload a collection of  images for comparison purposes in subjects such as history ...

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Data logging

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Data logging as an area of ICT that primary schools often seek our advice and expertise. For the data logger itself the LogIT is still very popular in Oxfordshire primary schools. It’s simple and portable although the batteries are difficult to access and change. You can buy it from Commotion, TAG Learning and RM with prices from around £165. The software that comes with it is adequate and you can get ideas on how to use it via the ...

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