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Leading & Managing Educational Technology
Terry's Two Minute Tips #14: Starting Work As A New ICT Co-ordinator
Video cameraIt's been some time since I recorded a '2 minute tip', so I was quite pleased when Anthony Evans asked me to record a few thoughts on what new ICT (Ed Tech) Co-ordinators should do when they start their job.

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Mon, 7 Sep 2009, 00:07

Leading & Managing Educational Technology
Briefing for 18 September 2008

In today's briefing we look at:

  • Sharing good practice
  • News about assessment information
  • Governmental YouTube channels
  • Suicide and the internet
  • An online conference in the UK



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Wed, 17 Sep 2008, 23:46

Leading & Managing Educational Technology
Maximising the success of your team

A couple of weeks ago I looked at the question of how to maximise the success of individual team members. That is certainly necessary for the success of the team as a whole, but is it sufficient?

In this article I consider 7 ways to maximise the success of the team itself.




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Fri, 12 Sep 2008, 14:01

Leading & Managing Educational Technology
Briefing for 12 September 2008

In today's briefing I look at Diplomas, Bullying, Conferences and Micro-blogging in the classroom.


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Fri, 12 Sep 2008, 00:27

Leading & Managing Educational Technology
Making an event successful

{Subscriber article} Parents' evenings, ICT open days, local conferences, "away days". As a leader of educational ICT you are bound to have to organise such an event at some stage in your career. What can you do in order to ensure that it is successful? Here are 12 top tips.



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Sun, 7 Sep 2008, 23:25

Leading & Managing Educational Technology
Getting a meeting with colleagues on the first day of term

Here in the UK, the first day of term for teachers takes place a day earlier than that for students, and is spent in whole staff meetings, departmental or other smaller-group meetings, and some in-service training. If your remit is to ensure that ICT is taught either solely through other subjects, or by numerous people who teach just one lesson of ICT a week, getting colleagues to come to a meeting on that first day is virtually impossible.

And yet, if you're to ensure consistency of standards, and high ones at that, it is essential that they do attend. Or is it? Here are seven techniques that have been found effective.


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Tue, 2 Sep 2008, 08:37

Leading & Managing Educational Technology
Briefing for 1 September 2008

I've been doing a lot of reading and trawling, and in this briefing we cover historical conflict, parents, limited vocabulary strategies and addressing the problem of under-achieving pupil groups.


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Mon, 1 Sep 2008, 17:24



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