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  • Running the Anoncoin wallet on a Flash drive USB

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    Running the Anoncoin wallet on a Flash drive USB was last modified: November 6th, 2016 by David Kelly
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  • What is so important about privacy on the internet?

    What is so important about privacy on the internet? was last modified: November 13th, 2016 by David Kelly
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  • Bitcoin Cryptocurrency will replace cash soon!

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    Bitcoin Cryptocurrency will replace cash soon! was last modified: September 6th, 2016 by David Kelly
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  • The best type of assessment

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    As a department we were continually looking to improve assessment. Some assessment types benefited class analysis more than it did the student, such as the spreadsheets. Some benefited the students learning more than the class overviews such as the blog. What I found worked best was a combination of spreadsheet for my own personal class […]
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  • Teachers should know where their time goes

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    It all started when I was asked by the head teacher how much time I had spent on a particular task. The question was asked of everyone in the school, along with a breakdown of what eveyone had done. This took me hours. I did not want to be subjected to this request again without […]
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  • The future of free resources for schools?

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    Lots of free content to sift through can be overwhelming. Too many resources to filter, too piecemeal, too difficult to find links without reading through reams and reams of lesson content. In my experience the most expensive resources were the most boring and required a lot of sprucing up to keep students engaged. Free stuff […]
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  • Labelling our children can do more harm than good!

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    There are certain labels that offer no difference to the support a child receives and actually create barriers to their potential achievement.  Some aspects of labelling are important to diagnose which students require support, so it is important that labels exist. However, during my career as a teacher I felt schools used labels to the extent […]
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  • Parents will be required to support computing homework

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    Recent changes in education mean parents will need lessons in coding, maths and literacy to help their children with their homework. Impact of homework on children The main problem I hear from parents when I mention education is the true stress that homework puts on their child. Either they have too much on a daily basis or […]
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  • Boys achieving level 5+ increased by 60% (BBC news)

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    Boys achieving level 5+ increased by 60% (BBC news) was last modified: September 8th, 2014 by David Kelly
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  • New BBC resources

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    New BBC resources was last modified: September 8th, 2014 by David Kelly
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  • Are primary school teachers ready?

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    Are primary school teachers ready? was last modified: December 21st, 2014 by David Kelly
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