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Philip Griffin, Radstock Primary School
Philip Griffin, Radstock Primary School
Philip Griffin, Radstock Primary School
Philip Griffin, Radstock Primary School
Philip Griffin, Radstock Primary School
Philip Griffin, Radstock Primary School
Philip Griffin, Radstock Primary School
Philip Griffin, Radstock Primary School
Philip Griffin, Radstock Primary School
Philip Griffin, Radstock Primary School
Philip Griffin, Radstock Primary School
Philip Griffin, Radstock Primary School
Philip Griffin, Radstock Primary School
Philip Griffin, Radstock Primary School
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Philip Griffin, Radstock Primary School

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Finding Your Way With Mobile Phones

Finding Your Way With Mobile Phones

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  • 1. FINDING YOUR WAY WITH MOBILE PHONES M-Explore in the Primary Curriculum Philip Allwright: Cell-Telecom Philip Griffin: Radstock Primary School
  • 2. Picture or video clip Internet Sound Data is sent via 2G/3G over the internet to the m- explore server Lat, Long Texts replies are sent back from m-explore creating a two way dialogue Text / MMS Groups on a trip capture pictures, videos, m-explore texts and location from a single application on the (how it works) phone GPS location can come from an external receiver or from Groups in the classroom see the devices internal signal the trips data in seconds on the m-explore website and can GPS pinpoint where the images were Smart phone / PDA (Internal / external) captured.
  • 3. SEGfL M-learning project
  • 4. Year 1 Use globes maps and plans at a range of scales
  • 5. Year 1 Make maps and plans
  • 6. Year 4 Collect and record evidence
  • 7. Year 4 Fieldwork techniques
  • 8. Year 6 How places are similar and different
  • 9. Year 6 ICT in Geography investigations
  • 10. Year 6 Comparing different localities
  • 11. Year 6 Comparing different locations
  • 12. Year 6 Communicate in a variety of ways
  • 13. Year 6 Communicate in different ways
  • 14. Year 6 Use maps and plans
  • 15. Year 6 Describe places

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