Staff trained in February of this yearGlow mentor since March 2008Lots of exciting things have happened – glow meets with France, Malta, Glowing ThurdaysLots of challenges too – staff passwords!, other priorities (SQA exams), time to train
Love:Glow LearnPupil’s have access to e-mailCross Curricular possibilities Glow MeetNational ConversationsCould be better:Not user friendlyTraining timeOther 2.0 technologies are betterDifferent browsers
S1 pupils given passwords this weekExcited – created calendar entries without being shown howFound Glow games very quickly!
Glow learn:S3 and S5 classes using (38 pupils)Homework is handed in on time by 90% of pupilsOnly 2 pupils hand in homework in jottersReporting and trackingParents will be able to seePublic comments storedPrivate comments seen by other teachers
Glow team are always there to helpPhoned me next morning
3 depts working togetherMore joining this session
Tool not been able to use before
IPR – got schools talkingLessons on copyright with classes
Wiki’s better way for pupils to collaborate on one piece of workDon’t have to train pupils to use wikis
Don’t like Marmite, but love Glow!
A Hamilton Glow Sictdg
in a Secondary School<br />My experiences of early use of Glow in a secondary school<br />Alan Hamilton<br />