On Wednesday 20th March 2013, seven of the digital leaders at Scargill Junior School, Havering were invited to talk about ICT in their school to PGCE students of the University of East London, at their Docklands campus.
Each digital leader explained how we use a variety of handheld devices and software across the curriculum. The main focus of the event was on how to create your own ICT content to extend learning.
The Hsis Computing and ICT Team would like to congratulate Scargill Junior School for this impressive achievement.
See more pictures at http://scargilljunior.edublogs.org/2013/03/20/digital-leaders-at-university-of-east-london/
An interesting article from the BBC website…
This autumn more than a million students are going to take part in an experiment that could re-invent the landscape of higher education.
Some of the biggest powerhouses in US higher education are offering online courses – testing how their expertise and scholarship can be brought to a global audience.
Harvard and the Massachusetts Institute of Technology have formed a $60m (£38m) alliance to launch edX, a platform to deliver courses online – with the modest ambition of “revolutionising education around the world”.
Sounding like a piece of secret military hardware, edX will provide online interactive courses which can be studied by anyone, anywhere, with no admission requirements and, at least at present, without charge.
Read the article in full here – http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/business-18191589