Jo Badge

Jo Badge

Supporting elearning in School of Biological Sciences, University of Leicester
Computing At School North Leicester Primary hub launch - http://drbadgr.wordpress.com/2014...
CAS Leicester North Primary hub launch meeting - http://drbadgr.wordpress.com/2014...
Phil Bagge Course notes: Scratch for programming in the new curriculum - http://drbadgr.wordpress.com/2014...
Introducing the new computing curriculum as a new Computing Subject Leader - http://drbadgr.wordpress.com/2014...
iPads for teaching staff - http://drbadgr.wordpress.com/2014...
#camped14 activities and notes to remember - http://drbadgr.wordpress.com/2014...
#camped14 An extended teachmeet with space to think - http://drbadgr.wordpress.com/2014...
Re: The Computing Curriculum - http://primarypete.net/the-com...
"Thank you for an absolutely brilliant resource. Sharing under the CC license is exemplary practice and demonstrates that you practice what you will be teaching and what children will learn with such a well rounded curriculum. As a new ICT subject lead, this will be an invaluable resource for me to start thinking about our own curriculum." - Jo Badge
Re: 12 ways teachers are using social media in the classroom - http://www.dontwasteyourtime.co.uk/social-...
"In terms of the primary classroom I would add using Quadblogging and 100 word challenges to connect with a wider audience and most importantly provide a source of comments on class blogs. Audience and it's authenticity are very important and having other children comment is very powerful but definitely needs organising and scaffolding by teachers." - Jo Badge
Leicester Teachmeet #TMLD14 QR codes for paired reading - http://drbadgr.wordpress.com/2014...
"I can see the value in tracking resources. Why not curate as well and use packratius or something similar to pick up the tweets and bookmark them? I've just come back to using delicious/ packratius combination after a long absence and I've fallen back in love with it. My brain is usually too full to remember what I bookmarked but for some reason always knows I saw a good idea about something I need somewhere. My delicious collection has saved the day countless times, mostly from tweeted links. Or pinterest may work? Part of the problem you describe is time, stretched attentions but curation is an issue too. A tag would help you pick it up, but searching on tags going back more than a few days is pretty unreliable." - Jo Badge
Teachtweet: QR codes for paired reading - http://drbadgr.wordpress.com/2014...
Association for Science Education conference and primary teachmeet #tmase @thease #aseconf - http://drbadgr.wordpress.com/2014...
New primary science curriculum ASE support course - http://drbadgr.wordpress.com/2013...
Using twitter and google forms to collect data with children - http://drbadgr.wordpress.com/2013...
Leicester University PGCE ICT conference 2013 #lupgceict2013 - http://drbadgr.wordpress.com/2013...
Leicester university PGCE ICT day 2013 - http://drbadgr.wordpress.com/2013...
Using Scoopit and Pinterest to collect resources cc @tricias - http://drbadgr.wordpress.com/2013...
One iPad, 36 children and a wireless connection to one whiteboard - http://drbadgr.wordpress.com/2012...
Playing with strip designer app - http://drbadgr.wordpress.com/2012...
reflection on using a writing stimulus - http://drbadgr.wordpress.com/2012...
Using my iPad in the classroom - http://drbadgr.wordpress.com/2012...
Google Teacher Academy 6 month reflection #GTAUK - http://drbadgr.wordpress.com/2012...
Trying out a stimulus for writing - http://drbadgr.wordpress.com/2012...
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