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Miss Tough Nov 24
This week part B of the students home-learning is to research and create profiles on computing pioneers. Pleasantly surprised with the amount of female pioneers being chosen by both male and female students ☺️
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Adam Nelson Nov 24
Thankyou everybody! Loads of brilliant ideas - I'm going to be awake for a while trying things out!
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Allen Tsui Nov 24
Replying to @caschat_uk
A5: I just tested it with an older Android version of the app and it does still work. Really inspires and engages learners when they are able to visualise artefacts this way.
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Allen Tsui Nov 24
Sorry for stepping out of this evening's before it finished. I tuned into the live demo with and Jonny Austin of the Anyway, thank you and as thought provoking and inspiring as ever. See you next time!
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Neil Chappell Nov 22
Our Yr4's are so interested in 3-printing that am going to start a 3 week, 1-hour lesson that I started developing last year with one of my Tuesday Teachers, unfortunately, she is on maternity leave but when she is back will publish it for you all to use
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Beverly Clarke Nov 24
Replying to @caschat_uk @anelsonedu
Thank you for hosting and thanks to all the chatters 😀
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💻 Nov 24
Replying to @anelsonedu @caschat_uk
You can also switch on the mic while recording and narrate what your doing.
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Neil Chappell Nov 24
A5: About a year ago in one of my schools we used Audacity to explore how music is now made over multi-tracks and mixed them ourselves, we used "take on me" and "pump up the jam" and I have the multi-tracks if anybody wants to try them, well a few quite a few really.
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💻 Nov 24
Replying to @caschat_uk @anelsonedu
They do it in groups of 6 so lots of roles are covered and they are goid at collaborating together as well.
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Donna Rawling Nov 23
Perfect activity for a lockdown Monday
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💻 Nov 24
Replying to @caschat_uk
Hi, I'm a TA and a IT Technician in a primary school in London. I'd bring back Hector's House on 📺.
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Amy Welsh Nov 24
Replying to @caschat_uk @anelsonedu
But for making things I am a little spoilt with my set up at home, but have discovered cloudstopmotion for animation which is all online. Loving this at the moment.
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Beverly Clarke Nov 24
Replying to @caschat_uk
Evening, am I allowed to say Red Rock cider 🍺, it disappeared about 30 years ago never to be seen again😳
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Claire Garside Nov 28
Still time to register and join a great group of teachers heading to this new community of practice on Thursday:
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Allen Tsui Nov 24
Replying to @caschat_uk
A5: I know everybody's gone by the time I post this but I first saw this in 2017 and it still astounds me to this day as well as mesmerising learners. For the image to work correctly, will probably need Ancient Egypt ActiveLens App
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Donna Rawling Nov 23
Another great issue cram packed with fabulous things to read and do proud to be involved !
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Marc ADE Nov 22
This week is the , register for free workshops including ‘Coding on iPad’ with me, & :
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Neil Chappell Nov 24
Replying to @CodingSiblings
I just took a look at your first video and it is super guys, you will get better the more you make them as it is not easy really, my first video on the tube was rubbish really but as you go on they get cooler (mine was from 2008..!!) so good luck.
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Allen Tsui Nov 24
Replying to @caschat_uk @anelsonedu
A1: Wow! What a thought-provoking question. Although I ♥️ teaching computing, I did say this recently
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💻 Nov 24
Replying to @caschat_uk @anelsonedu
A5. Our Y3s record a short e-safety video and then edit it in Windows Movie Maker (and make it black white to look like a silent movie)
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