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  • kvnmcl 5:36 pm on January 25, 2010 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , inspiration, , writing   

    Myst returns 

    Myst V - End of Ages

    Over the next 2-3 weeks we will be strolling through ‘Stories set in Imaginary worlds‘, a unit of work from the Literacy  Primary Framework. It suggests a range of activities including using digital media as well as ‘traditional’ books. Teachers are left with a choice – use the activities suggested, adapt the acitivities suggested or take the objectives and create your own activities. I’m going for the latter. (More …)

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    • Mark Warner 6:49 pm on January 25, 2010 Permalink | Reply

      Good luck with the unit Kevin… I’m looking forward to hearing about the results as our school prepares to use Myst to inspire learning throughout Term 5!

      • kvnmclaughlin 6:56 pm on January 25, 2010 Permalink | Reply

        Thanks for the comment Mark. I’ll update our adventures on my blog and I’ll also get my class to use the class blog too. I’ll look forward to finding out how your school uses Myst too.

    • Tim Rylands 6:53 pm on January 25, 2010 Permalink | Reply

      Good luck with your unit Kevin… I look forward to reading about your travels. Keep in touch. HAVE FUN…AND… TAKE YOUR TIME 🙂

      • kvnmclaughlin 6:58 pm on January 25, 2010 Permalink | Reply

        I will definitely take my time 🙂 I discovered that with my last excursion using the game – there’s no need to get to the end just because ‘school time’ dictates. If we haven’t finished the game by the unit end then there’s always after half term and beyond. Let the FUN commence

  • kvnmcl 11:49 am on June 1, 2009 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: standards, writing   

    Using tools to raise standards. 

    Over the past few weeks I have been using many tools in my class to help enhance my teaching and enthuse my class. I can safely say that it has been a complete success. From the ‘wow’ factor of Prezi for presentations to the exploration of a different world in Myst each has benifitted my teaching.

    But have these tools achieved a similar desired effect in learning? I will use examples of my own pupils creative writing to help explain this.

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