Monthly Archives: March 2013

The Triumph of Hope over Experience

I have recently come across the writings of another headteacher, John Tomsett, in which he refers to some difficult classes he is currently teaching, illustrates his actions with some graphic detail, and suggests that by taking on the children at … Continue reading

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MOOC or something more real…

I am not the only educator to be drawn in principle to the Massive Open On-line Course structure that the American Ivy Leaf and now UK Universities are making available to students across the world. In many ways it seems a no-brainer … Continue reading

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        A Claires Court digital life March 2013     Preamble Claires Court has been using the current availability of machines ever since the modern era of computing in schools arrived.  That’s not to say, anything other than, currently we are … Continue reading

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