Glimpses from the IT Centre

I had my camera out today, to record what was happening in the IT Centre…

Learning through play:

The Grade 5s are studying the Ancient Egyptian civilisation and so today they are building a pyramid with this stunning BBC History Game called Pyramid Builder. Try it! They’re having a ball, and what they don’t realise is that there is a lot of learning going on because the game requires thought and logical reasoning as well as decision making.

Afrikaans Cycle Test:

The Grade 4s wrote their Afrikaans Cycle test here today – on the computers! They coped very well!

Brushing up on our Geography with a Rugby World Cup Game:

With this quick little game created by a friend (and her co-author) to promote her latest book in the Planet Octavia series: Geogrugby. Do you know where all the World Cup Rugby nations are in the world?

School was never this much fun in my day!

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About Karen Stadler

A teacher with 28-odd years' experience, who is passionate about ICT and all things technological! I am very interested in global classrooms, blogging, iPads and ICT integration. Always looking for new ideas, I am a lifelong learner!

Posted on August 18, 2011, in Fun, Integration. Bookmark the permalink. 3 Comments.

  1. wow wow wow….you are great and fantastic work in your it centre! Sandi Blackbeard is also working hard…and is impressed with your work too! Well done

  2. Indeed! I’ve had a day of students creating websites from the year 2050, some eSafety podcasts, some rather dry citation work on Word, and writing the school magazine using a twitter feed to receive #DearDolly agony aunt letters. It’s hard to imagine etaching without a computer anymore!

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