Secure Social Networking

15 Feb
3 Simple Steps to Online Student Collaboration
Category: Breaking News, e-Portfolios, Goog...
Online student collaboration can play an important part in improving engagement and results. According to noted teaching expert Barbara Gross Davis; “Students working in small g...
07 Feb
Encourage e-Safety on Safer Internet Day
Category: Breaking News, e-Portfolios, e-Sa...
Tuesday the 7th of February marks Safer Internet Day, an annual event designed to encourage e-safety and responsible use of the internet. This year, the theme is “connecting gen...
06 Jan
New Ofsted Criteria 2012 – How We Can Help
Category: Breaking News, CMS, e-Portfolios,...
From January, Ofsted are changing the way schools are inspected. New criteria have been set out to focus on four main areas: The achievement of pupils The quality of teaching Th...
13 Sep
Primary school e-safety
Category: e-Safety, ICT Tips, Lesson Ideas,...
Importance of e-Safety. e-Safety has quickly become a very relevant issue for children, parents and pupils. Whilst the Internet can be a great tool for fun, communication and re...
21 Jun
Changing your Student Jotter Theme
Category: e-Portfolios, Learner Journey, Se...
[videoplayer file=”https://www.webanywhere.co.uk/blog/wp-content/uploads/2011/06/Student-Jotter-Changing-your-theme.flv” /] Peter Rush offers an easy to follow guide...
25 Apr
Useful online tools for teachers and pupils
Category: e-Portfolios, Learner Journey, Pr...
These are a handful of handy free online tools that can be used to enhance teaching and learning. GeoGebra is free mathematics software that creates interactive graphs, spreadsh...
10 Nov
Fantastic Social Media Tool for Teachers
Category: e-Portfolios, e-Safety, Learner J...
Teachers are becoming open to the possibilities for social media tools in the classroom. In the hands of the right educators, they can be used to engage in creative ways and ins...
21 Oct
Cyberbullying Prompts Call for Safer Social Networking
Category: e-Safety, Secure Social Networking
Cyberbulling via Facebook leads to teachers’ call for legal clampdown on uncontrolled social networks. Scottish teachers have requested that the law be changed to make mai...
05 Oct
Is Social Media Good or Bad for Schools?
Category: e-Portfolios, e-Safety, Learner J...
The press is increasingly featuring stories that warn of the negative impacts of social media on school age children. Popular public social networking sites such as Twitter and ...
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