Monthly Archives: April 2012

Giving up a smartphone for lent

Over the February half-term break I spent an amazing week in Morocco. For a variety of reasons I didn’t take my iPhone 3GS with me. When I got back and switched the iPhone back on, it got stuck in some … Continue reading

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Computer Science vs Information Technology vs Digital Literacy

I was inspired to put my thoughts down on virtual paper by a recent blog post from Joe Roy. He included the image (below) from the 2012 Royal Society report “Shut down or restart?” that suggests dividing ICT into “Computer … Continue reading

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Creativity in Schools (and how ICT might fit in)

I had an interesting discussion with my better half this evening about ADHD. She works at a local Child & Adolescent Mental Health Service (CAMHS) office. When one family missed an appointment to discuss a child and ADHD today, the … Continue reading

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