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  1. Geoff's Avatar
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    I was thinking about using 6th formers actually.
  2. Joanne's Avatar
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    or hamster wheel!
  3. Domino's Avatar
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    ......exercise bike then?
  4. Joanne's Avatar
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    hmmm... got a cable... and the box has a connection. Prolly cheaper keeping the phone line that way.

    Thank you...

    and colour of magic is downloading today... I just cannot possibly wait!!
  5. russdev's Avatar
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    Dont worry colour of magic is repeated about 1000000000 times on both sky one, two and three...

    Yes need bt line or cable line (think that ok) as long as the box can phone home.

    Alt is you pay sky some more money then dont need to keep it connected to a telephone point.

    Russell
  6. Domino's Avatar
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    thats why they only come out when I'm abroad.

    ...mind you - the looks from some of the old dears when they find out I work with their granddaughters is priceless
  7. Joanne's Avatar
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    ICT teachers don't have to know how the computers work. They only have to know how to use them.

    Also, you can teach ICT with a business degree... so that explains a lot of it.

    I had a rant about this once and got a mild warning....
  8. ITWombat's Avatar
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    Is it legal for people who live in Kent to have so many tattoos?

    I shall have to ring the Daily Mail Curtain Twitcher hotline
  9. localzuk's Avatar
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    The problem with ICT and computing is that they are subject areas which require knowledge of the subject in order to teach it. You can't simply read a book and then spit it out again, as the outcome of things is so variable. This is the same with science beyond KS2.
  10. kmount's Avatar
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    My other teacher told us Linux was made by hackers who didn't want to follow Microsofts laws! HOW I LAUGHED!
    Wonderful, I've heard some good stuff before but this is classic.
  11. Ryan's Avatar
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    Careful though, just because someone knows the ins and outs of the registry and knows how many volts run through his or her 12v rail doesn't make them a good teacher. You need patience, organisational skills, planning, and of course the ability to impart knowledge and skills on others in a way that they can follow and absorb.

    Geek != teacher


    (I used to teach)
  12. Edu-IT's Avatar
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    It only gets worse...
  13. Jackd's Avatar
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    Am i missing something here?
  14. mark's Avatar
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    No YOU'RE GAY

    G - A - Y
  15. My220x's Avatar
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    HA HA FUNNY YOU GAY
  16. Ryan's Avatar
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    They're even bloody worse in narrow city streets. I fear for my wing mirrors when passing the feckers.
  17. mark's Avatar
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    That video is wikked!

    Loved the bit about matched opponents and the 2 guys missing each other lmao

    Gotta give it a go - has that one awesome quality - it's free!!!
  18. mark's Avatar
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    You're not hard - you said 'chops'
  19. mark's Avatar
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    That's shocking!

    **goes off to check bills....**
  20. mark's Avatar
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    We are Gods and DB is Zeus. Another way of looking at it I 'spose.
    We Gods don't 'buy' PC mags anyway. We take up room in WHSmiths coppin' a free read letting mere mortals push past us to pay for theirs