Author: By Terry Freedman October 24,2014
Author: By Terry Freedman September 24,2014
It seems to me that one way to avoid the issue or least get around it is to adopt the digital badges approach.
Author: By Terry Freedman September 19,2014
What if you devised an activity to teach programming or computational thinking, but instead of of just telling the kids what to do, you make them solve a problem first – by applying computational thinking or some elementary programming?
Author: By Terry Freedman September 17,2014
One of the most depressing things for me is the degree of conformity I come across.
Author: By Terry Freedman September 3,2014
An example of technology being enjoyable is the ‘Hello Lamp Post’ project that ran in Bristol in 2013.
Author: By Terry Freedman August 11,2014
I think the phrase “Death by worksheet” must have arisen due to the tendency of some teachers in some circumstances to rely on worksheets to keep the class quiet.
Author: By Terry Freedman July 14,2014
What can you realistically do at this stage to prepare for September?
Author: By Terry Freedman July 10,2014
A student writes a program. What are you going to assess it on?
Author: By Terry Freedman July 1,2014
Whether you decide to create your own assessment scheme from a blank sheet of paper, so to speak, use a ready-made scheme created by someone else, or do a bit of both, there are 6 questions you need to ask:
Author: By Terry Freedman June 27,2014
It explores the use of technology in art, music and fashion, to name but three, plus looks at what the future might hold — and the opportunity to go back in time to the first website, created by Berners-Lee, and the video game Pong.
This school has developed and refined a series of assessments that screen the level of development of basic cognitive skills.