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    • Using Handheld devises in Key Stage 2 One teachers point of view Ruth Jack
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    • Technology has developed so much over the past few years but how can it improve on the basic paper and pencil techniques? In my view the use of the EDA’s has given the children far more independence, confidence and enthusiasm than which the use of a pencil and paper could ever achieve.
    • Advantages of museums visits
      • Museums have some strengths which schools can tap into before, during and after a visit.
      • They can offer opportunities for first-hand learning with primary resources, cross-curricular links.
      • It can contribute to the creative curriculum and creative thinking.
      • Most museums give access to different learning styles while informing visitors about different cultures which may led to meaningful connections with the past through artefacts that relate to their own experiences.
    • Brian Podmore and John Rolfe testing the satellite connection
      • “ Due to the fact I had an EDA I was able to collect these images to make this powerpoint presentation”
      • (Year Four child at Combs Ford Primary, Autumn 2007)
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    • Listening to information at the site
    • The cost of technology
      • Everyone understands the importance of having basic skills in information technology but when it benefits your every day teaching and gives children a tool to express their ideas then the technology becomes priceless.
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    • A child's impression
      • “ With a P.D.A or an E.D.A you can write and store memories with pictures or text, you can also record your own voice! “
      • (Year four boy, Combs Ford Primary, July 2008)
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    • Latest government ideas
      • Speaking and listening skills have become a major focus in the new primary framework bringing new changes in the way we teach literacy and maths.
      • I believe that the EDA’s only enhance these skills by giving the facility to immediately express their thoughts then the children have the opportunity to later record and write them
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    • Final Thoughts
      • As soon as I came to grips with the EDA I knew I would never think about going on a trip without the EDA’s.
      • Having even only one between three means they have to work as a team making decisions about what information to collect, edit and refine their work when they are there in preparation for the follow up handiwork.
      • The freedom the children are given could be abused but with guidance and propose the children flourish and so does their confidence in technology
    • Any questions
      • Brian Podmore
    • Did the ancient Egyptians have pencils?
      • No, they didn’t, they would have had a tool that they would classify as a pencil but, the materials that they would have used would not be as sufficient as the materials that we use today in the modern pencil.