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    Just testing really…

    by  • December 29, 2005 • Uncategorized • 2 Comments

    So, I’m planning an essay and, in the great tradition of Douglas Adams, I thought I’d test out a bit of web2.0 software at the same time. I’m building up to writing my first piece for my diploma and I’m not really sure whether I’m going to be given or agree a title with...

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    Lots of Friends online!

    by  • December 23, 2005 • Uncategorized • 1 Comment

    As Andrew Field has commented below: You’ve got loads of friends on the History Teachers’ Discussion Forum – it just depends what things other teachers are currently covering / looking into. That is the explanation for any lack of response. I’ve received a sack load of replies, all of which were well thought out....

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    No friends – not even online!

    by  • December 8, 2005 • Uncategorized • 2 Comments

    I’ve been a little dissappointed with the lack of response on my posts on schoolhistory and on the tes webboard, so I’ve been in contact with someone Anna knows at the Historical Association, to try and get on some email list, so that I can send them an email, which might elicit a slightly...

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    Web 2.0 and teaching history

    by  • December 5, 2005 • Uncategorized • 3 Comments

    This article is the sort of thing I was talking about at a recent PGCE session at the Oxford University Department of Educational Studies. _____________________________________________________________________ Blogging with Students The importance of blogging, and the related idea of users of the web creating their own web is only now becoming clear. I’ve been using the...

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    Cold War Wiki!

    by  • December 2, 2005 • Uncategorized • 0 Comments

    The Cold War Wiki is now up and running! This is an experimental wiki – a collaborative encyclopaedia – for my year 13 students. Feel free to take a look around it, although if you want to edit it then you’ll have to email me for a password. Ed.

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