Tag Archive: social networking

Apr 21

Skype Chat to Junior School @RRIS

It might seem like we have gone quiet on the blog for a while but we have been working away in the background on projects! (especially Rec Road Radio) This week, following work done in each of our Year 2 classes, we had 3 Skype chats with Year 6 from our feeder junior school, Avenue …

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Mar 10

Welcome to Quadblogging @RRIS

  We are very excited to announce that we are in a Quadblog with other schools from around the world!  This a project where 4 schools work together looking and commenting on each other’s blogs.  The schools in our Quadblog are: King’s Park Primary School in Edinburgh, Scotland Roydvale Primary School in Christchurch, New Zealand …

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Nov 08

Our First Skype Meeting @RRIS

The DL’s were excited today as we had the opportunity to have our very first Skype meeting with a group of children from the Brighton area, who were having a special DL Day of their own. Sadly their speakers weren’t working so we had to type messages to them but we could hear and see …

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Jul 31

Taxonomy of an iPad lesson

When people first hear about our BYOD scheme at Finham Park, they’re usually impressed with the potential, the enthusiasm of the students, and the number of clear advantages they can cite from the work we’ve done. But the devil is always in the detail, in working out how to incorporate the full potential of BYOD …

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Jul 04

Livewriting with digital leaders

On Friday 6th July at 2.15pm we will be having a kind of #DLchat for our digital leaders.This has been set up by Michelle Brayford (@mbrayford) and there will be DLs from Brunswick House and Roydon Primary getting the ball rolling. Please join in if you can! You will need a password so DM @mbrayford …

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Apr 12

The digital leader Edmodo group


The Edmodo group is growing in numbers and there are currently 162 members – some from as far away as Brunei! Although some of the students were a little shy at first, they have slowly been sharing ideas and commenting on each other’s posts. I can see the potential for sharing, inspiring and collaborating in …

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