Jo Carrington, St. Katherine’s School Emma Agusita, Knowle West Media Centre Jo Malone, Westhoughton High School Simon Allen, Sidcot School Alice Biggie, Worle Community School Alison Woodiwiss Ellie Martin, Rednock School Doug Belshaw, Ridgewood School Rose Webster, Chosen Hill School Mark Nelson, North Somerset Council Michelle Whitham, Three Ways School Zoe Elder, North Somerset Council
Outputs were popular with teachers as they addressed both curriculum/extra-curricula objectives.
“ It’s bloody brilliant, I love it.”
2. Outputs were considered ‘engaging’ for the targeted audience.
“ I’ll use it to spice up lessons...to put back into children’s terms and the way children learn.”
3. Restricted access to online resources from school networks
“ Channel 4 is banned, BBC site is banned...even Oxfam.”
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4. Online resources not accessible to all learners.
“ My special needs students would find all these sites prohibitive because of the
amount of text..but adapting the sites slightly would increase their appeal.”
5. Teachers use a wide range of sources to inform their lesson planning.
6. Project resources not teacher-focused.
“ We need teachers to make them more of a resource for other teachers to use..we need teachers talking about the benefits of using these projects in their classrooms and having full access to them online.”