Monthly Archives: September 2008

IWBs on a budget

Johny Lee blows away some  overheads in these two IWB demos, lets never assume we need to rely on the big end players to play…or learn   Advertisements

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Assumptions we make

Ian McKee reminded me of a recent report in the Australian about apparent student dissatisfaction over University of Western Sydneys use of Podcasts in substituting f2f teaching. I wonder how many other assumptions we make about students ‘apparent’ preference for online learning. … Continue reading

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Boomer exposed

Picked up on Rebecca’s blog, a swipe at my ‘old ways’… a href=””>Oh NOOOOO… Web 2.0!</ While surfing through the internet, I tripped over this. Tim, the Boomer-age author, is commenting on the Net Gen use of YouTube and suggests … Continue reading

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You’ve got mail

On the eve of relaunching email services for teachers and students in DET, its interesting to reflect on email. My daughter came home with her computer skills test last week, and going through the paper (like a IT concerned Dad), … Continue reading

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