Archive for the ‘elearning’ Category

Learning Revolution

June 30, 2008



May 21, 2008

This is a great place to play music:  Musicovery.

The visuals are fun too!

Digital Arts Menu for Multiple Intelligence

May 21, 2008
Found this: A digital Arts Menu for Multiple Intelligence which includes a multiple intelligence questionnaire and suggested ‘digital’ tools that you can use to show our learning within different intelligences. 

The tools list is really useful when considering how to support individual learners of all ages!


Classrooms without walls

April 11, 2008

Exciting article here from futurelab about learning networks and schools in uk.

What is the web for?

April 9, 2008

Ever struggled to find answers to those thrilling questions that children ask about the web?  This fantastic version of Small Pieces Loosely Joined by D. Weinberger for KIDS! is brilliant.  The explanations bring the technical vocabulary alive for children and really help them to understand how they can use the web now and in the future.


Highlight and Share the Web

April 6, 2008


Teacher = Learner

April 6, 2008

Frustrated by educators who refuse to learn?  This article is inspiring and full of ideas for action.

Visual Search

March 22, 2008

This looks fantastic!

Learning = Health

March 22, 2008

I love the idea here that we need to think about learning like health, something that stays with us all our lives.  I also like the idea that schools don’t want to grow up.

Global Collaborative Projects

March 15, 2008

Really exciting read at Julie Lindsay’s blog  e-learning journeys, about embedding global collaborative projects into the curriculum.  Fantastic, thank-you Julie.