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Fun teaching ideas

Discussion in 'Computing and ICT' started by uselessnerdII, Sep 2, 2011.

  1. uselessnerdII

    uselessnerdII New commenter

    I have managed to ramp all of the stuff that I like into our curriculum: Phun, Flash, Scratch, Audacity, Moviemaker, Photostory, Mediator, Comic Life in addition to some of the standard stuff. I have also managed to acquire Adobe CS5 creative suite and office 2010 for the coming year. I even have some wiggle room with capitation for new kit.

    Is there anything which I could do with the aforementioned for some thrills and spills in the ICT suites or any other software/platforms/webs which I could use to engage the students (or to be honest for my own entertainment)

    all ideas (no matter how crazy) gratefullly recieved
     
  2. uselessnerdII

    uselessnerdII New commenter

    I have managed to ramp all of the stuff that I like into our curriculum: Phun, Flash, Scratch, Audacity, Moviemaker, Photostory, Mediator, Comic Life in addition to some of the standard stuff. I have also managed to acquire Adobe CS5 creative suite and office 2010 for the coming year. I even have some wiggle room with capitation for new kit.

    Is there anything which I could do with the aforementioned for some thrills and spills in the ICT suites or any other software/platforms/webs which I could use to engage the students (or to be honest for my own entertainment)

    all ideas (no matter how crazy) gratefullly recieved
     
  3. Mr_G_ICT

    Mr_G_ICT New commenter

    look for computer science inside as this has loads of good stuff or look at the computing at school conference from last year, there is loads of good stuff on there.
     

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