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Author Archives: Neil Adam
There are some very cute videos available of very young children interacting with iPads. This is one such, referred to on a talk list today. A Magazine Is an iPad That Does Not Work (by UserExperiencesWorks) Does this prove that … Continue reading
Oh dear, yet another internet-bashing story circulating today, following Demos research. See this BBC report Is the internet re-writing history? Since when were distortion, lies and propaganda a unique feature of the internet? You only have to look at reports … Continue reading
Schools say they act in the interest of students. Schools push pupils through quasi-vocational qualifications that give two or more ‘good’ GCSEs… HELLO, schools… Employers. Don’t. Want. To. Know. Continue reading
What should schools be doing?
For a start, we should be looking at the “big picture” of ICT in the real world. For example: 3D in games and films; robotic production lines; privacy in the age of Facebook… Continue reading
Key Stage 3 is in the doldrums and it doesn’t look like it will be rescued any time soon…. KS3 ICT is dull, dull, dull. Continue reading