I'm confident enough to say it'll work well. But there's always that little nagging doubt in the back of my mind; the bit that says OK, this was my idea and the majority of implementation and testing is down to me and me alone. If it goes wrong, I'll never hear the end of it!
Anyway, after many successful years of CC3 (I only joined about 16 months ago, personally though) our school has decided to take the bull by the horns and update just about everything. A choice that started in
Updated 5th September 2012 at 03:50 PM by synaesthesia
This blog post comes courtesy of a thread elsewhere on Edugeek as well as ideas brought up from one of the schools I support.
I'll start small. A couple of weeks ago, one of my HT's attended training at a local academy. This academy rolled out iPads for all it's pupils. Naturally he liked the look of this but with a diminutive budget, asked what I could do along the same sort of lines but for half a class.
The logistics were easy enough, just under £6k buys 16 ipads, a dock/box/sync/charger
I rarely blog or speak too much of personal experience outside of the world of geek-dom, because it generally makes me uncomfortable. I am comfortable speaking about computers, technology and the foibles of the human mind, particularly Autistic Spectrum Disorders, because I know them reasonably well and still have the capacity to learn more about them, always finding out new things.
However as a parent of a 1 and 3 year old, I'm starting to be able to add "parenting" to
I think most people are already well aware of my opinions of Apple as a company, and sometimes this also derides confusion as to whether I also "hate" their products too, so maybe a little detail without a thread are in order, for those that care to read.
I have a HUGE amount of respect for a company that can get into that level of being, where their products' names are used synonymously (is that a word?) to describe larger groups of products in the same way that Hoover did.
Updated 21st June 2011 at 11:21 AM by ZeroHour
First blog post, but this is a subject I don't feel comfortable butting into other threads with or a forum thread of it's own, It's entirely opinion and as a result, people are free to reply with their own opinions or ignore it
My thoughts on "The Cloud" have always been fairly negative, and it's highly unlikely my opinion will change on it until the UK's internet infrastructure is 1. up to it and 2. when 1. is able to do away with the home computer as a fat client.