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The ‘little book of ICT ideas’

We love this document that Mark Anderson has produced for a training day at his school in North Somerset, UK. It succinctly provides the name of Web2.0 tools and gives you examples of how to use them. From our experience teachers did need quick, easy and fast ways to connect to new technology ideas. We think Mark achieves this very well!

Marks’ blog can be found here

Little Book of Superb Sites


7 Responses to The ‘little book of ICT ideas’

  1. Thanks for the link – looks like a handy little guide

  2. Where exactly is the facebook like link ?

  3. Brilliant, thanks for sharing this, Jane

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