Wired Teachers

Where C21st educators connect

Where C21st educators connect

The online community for educators who believe in the transformational power of ICT in learning. This is an invitation only community for sharing ideas & resources with the wider educational community and to promote good practice. We have lots to share, guides, discussions with leading practitioners and our own Live Radio Channel.
Wired Teachers ..... interact, engage, inspire, excite.
 We caught up with Simon on our last Live Radio Show, listen to him again talking about Wired Teachers
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Wired Teachers Radio is part of the Anderton Tiger Broadcasting Network

BBC Education News

Priority school places plan for poor

Schools in England could be allowed to offer priority places to the poorest children in their area under proposals put forward by the government.

'Fewer degree offers' for minorities

Ethnic minority students are less likely to receive offers from UK universities than their white British peers, research suggests.

Selfie 'sexters' in child sex warning

Young couples who send explicit pictures of each other are threatened with prosecution under child sex laws.

Funding boost for music education

Music education for children in England is to receive an £18m boost in funding, the Department for Education says.

'Disturbing' Trojan inquiry findings

Nicky Morgan, the new education secretary, warns of evidence of intolerance in schools as the government's Trojan horse report is published.

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Russell Prue posted events
Jun 16
An event by Russell Prue was featured

Sunday Times Education Festival at Wellington College

June 20, 2014 from 5pm to 6pm
Join me for The Sunday Times Education Festival live this Friday and Saturday from Wellington College, http://www.festivalofeducation.com/anderton-tiger-radioSee More
Jun 16
Myles Pilling posted a discussion

Cuts announced recently in Disability Student Allowance - how this will put dyslexic students at a disadvantage?

Concern over David Willets annoucement recently will affect 70% of necessary ICT equipment and software . Hardly noticed this announcement will cause hardship and stress to students who depend on their individual ICT equipment to succeed at university. There has been a trend in the media to debunk and dum down dyslexia as being not a true disability. So this stealth cut will impact the futures of many individuals who could benefit from using ICT to overcome their dyslexia barrier to recording…See More
Apr 19
A discussion started by Myles Pilling was featured

How well do you use teaching assistants?

Teaching assistants or support assistants are a a valuable resource in schools but are they used appropriately or efficiently in the support of individual pupils using iCT?
Apr 19
Myles Pilling added a discussion to the group Everything ICT SEN
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How well do you use teaching assistants?

Teaching assistants or support assistants are a a valuable resource in schools but are they used appropriately or efficiently in the support of individual pupils using iCT?
Apr 19
Myles Pilling posted a group
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Everything ICT SEN

This group is for anyone who is involved with special needs and would like to debate or contribute to current IT innovations
Apr 19
Myles Pilling posted a blog post

Alternative Methods of Recording

A chance to pick the brains of a specialist in the area of IT and special needs. But hurry as places are limited to 5 as this will keep the quality of interaction with the presenter. This is a free event so what are you waiting for head over to book your ticket now at:-https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/alternative-methods-of-recording-tickets-11332420575?ref=wpwidgetSee More
Apr 19
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Alternative Methods of Recording at Online

April 24, 2014 from 3:30pm to 4:30pm
A chance to hear from a specialist in the field of ICT SEN about the different IT that can aide pupils with recording difficulites
Apr 19
Myles Pilling updated their profile
Apr 19
Gregory Herron updated their profile
Mar 14
Gregory Herron is now a member of Wired Teachers
Mar 14
Richard Blaize posted a blog post

An Hour of Code (IN 50 MINUTES)

Two weeks ago several classes, of Yr 8 and Yr 10, took part in completing their ‘hour of code’ in class; they had to do it this week as they are unavailable next week.I was genuinely impressed by the effort the children put in and the interest they showed in the activity.The task set was simple; visit the Code.org website and complete the first lot of activities.  These involve the students writing…See More
Mar 9
A blog post by Richard Blaize was featured

Education Innovation

Last Friday I attended the ‘Education Innovation‘ event in Manchester and I was generally impressed with what was on offer from a free two day event.It was a bit lucky I decided to actually attend the event; I’d received a free flyer in the post and just put it to one side for a few days. When I eventually looked at it it was addressed generally to the Head of ICT and I just thought it was junk mail.I looked at what was on offer and thought…See More
Mar 8
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Mar 8
A blog post by Russell Prue was featured
Mar 8
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