Monthly Archives: September 2008

Web 2.0 wow

voice thread from another siteShort one today, just had root canal work :(.  Anyway, whilst drifting into a codine induced snooze I noted the following link.  I’ve heard lots of people talking about voicethread, but I’ve been quite sceptical about how it could work.  Of course, it’s banned in the LEA WAN, but I think I might ask for it to be unblocked, after seeing the amazing application here: <a href="http Continue reading

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Independent Learners – what do we mean?

delacroix independenceRight, I’ve been meaning to post on this for ages. Jane Shuyska (at the beginning of the holidays, sorry I didn’t read it before!) sent me a link to some research carried out by Sara Hennessy, Rosemary Deaney and Kenneth Ruthven of the University of Cambridge Faculty of Education. Continue reading

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