Cherokee Nation project

A digital cultural exchange between school students in Brighton, UK and Cherokee school students in Oklahoma, USA. In the first blog post in December 2011, Phil Jones wrote: ‘This project aims to use digital media to significantly enhance the way that existing cultural exchange programmes between schools are run. The idea is to test and 

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DEB Meeting – Tues 1/5/12 – Brighthelm Centre

In attendance: Paul Platts, Anne Caborn, Paul Bonett, Anna Pedroza, Adam Martin, Richard Vahrman,  Sue Korman, Judith Good, David Holloway Apologies: Rose Luckin, Darren Kelly, Richard Freeman, Jon Pratty, Kevin Grist, Gill Ditch Introduction Sue Korman thanked attendees on behalf of trustees of Brighthelm Centre (Twitter @brighthelmurc) and spoke about the sustainable living project being 

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Learning Programming

A collaboration between Sussex Uni and 3 Brighton Schools The following is from a press release issued at the end of the project. See here too. University of Sussex students are helping the next generation get to grips with vital computer programming skills in the classroom. The students worked with teachers and secondary school pupils to 

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DEB Meeting – Tuesday 6th of March

James House, Hove In attendance: Paul Platts, Anne Caborn, Richard Freeman, D.Vallman, Simon Walsh, Jane Waite, Mick Landmann (Chair), Tara Solesbury, Fenella Tallon, Phil Jones, Richard Vahrman,  Sue Korman, Darren Kelly, Judith Good, Darren Kelly Apologies: Isilda Almeida-Harvey, Jon Pratty, Nick Beddows, Genevieve Smith-Nunes, Bronagh Liddicoat, Donna Comerford, Ian Cunningham Project updates Teachmeet – taking 

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Taking the Tablets Tour (March)

Here’s where we have been doing this month Travel for Moira to and from Scotland (for the cycling leg) Booking of accommodation for the cycling leg (still some to do) Identification of all other accommodation for cycling leg Preparation of maps (this is an ongoing process – currently preparing better quality OS maps with elevation data – showing participants 

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