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Links 1 through 10 of 100 by John Sutton tagged education

An excellent summary of what privacy means in a digital society and what you should be doing about it. A seminal post and ideal for staff meeting discussion.

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The "Interesting Ways" series of collaborative presentations are a fantastic resource bank of ideas for teachers.

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The first ever Google teacher academy. Apply by June 17th

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This is just a great resource. Create your own flashcard set or choose one from the thousands already done. Brilliant for MFL etc

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An Open Source offering, free to download and install. Lots of activities and games for 2 to 10 yrs old. including strategy games like chess. Haven't used it yet but will download and report back.

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One of those fab "In Plain English" videos, this one explaining podcasting.

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Website showcasing creative talent - you get a free webpage to upload examples of your school's creativity

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This is a lovely little games site with spelling, maths mix, times tables games etc. You can set up your class really simply; it's competitive in that you can play against each other and view games style league tables.

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Useful DSCF doc explaining what is a multimodal text and where it fits in.

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Famous spoof website. Very useful to teacgh children not to believe everything they read on the net. Get them cross-checking the "facts" presented.

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