What’s that? With a little bit of alliteration, Taking the Tablets Tour (4 Tees – guess it really should be 6 Tees but that would be pushing it a bit) becomes the new name for Richard’s Long Walk. It’s supposed to be a little ironic in a “keep taking the tablets” sort of way, plus
A digital cultural exchange between school students in Brighton, UK and Cherokee school students in Oklahoma, USA. Phil Jones of Wired Sussex writes: 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 develop ways of using technology
From Mick Landmann: As the penetration of smartphones and all things mobile into our lives continues exponentially (In 2011, according to Stanley Morgan, the combined shipments of smartphones and tablet computers are forecast to exceed those of personal computers), the use of those devices for teaching and learning within and without our schools is not keeping
Last week I walked 17 miles (actually 17.5) from the Peace Statue in Brighton to the White Horse in Storrington. The was a test run (ha) for what I will be doing most days between July and September next year (2012) – a walk from Scotland back to Brighton. It will also be the final
Did you know that in 2011, the combined shipments of smart phones and tablet computers are forecast to exceed those of personal computers (Morgan Stanley)? Did you also know that according to education experts in organisations such as BECTA and Futurlab, Smartphones – mobile phones that offer internet access and apps – have been proven
As part of Brighton Digital Festival. Digital Education Brighton, Vital, IRIS Connect and City College came together to organise this very successful TeachMeet – 60+ attendees, 11 presentations and curry for all. Follow this link to see videos of all the presentations, and look out for another event in 2012.
Innov8 is an Open Innovation competition sponsored by Pearson Education that is open for entry now and closes on 31st October. The competition is open to anyone with an interest and good ideas about ways of applying technology in learning. There will be 5 finalists who will each receive £1,000 to take part in a