Tag Archives: 1-1

On the Shoulders of Giants?

Ask anyone who happens, say, to be a jazz musician, neuroscientist, marine biologist or anthropologist to big-note themselves. “It’s hard,” they’ll probably tell you. Why? because like anyone in a well-established field, it’s impossible to really set your achievements aside … Continue reading

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Throwing Down The 1-1 Gauntlet?

I just finished reading Pamela Livingstone’s 1-1 Learning – Laptop Programs that Work (see earlier post for background info) and have begun to grapple with the enormity of what my colleagues and I aim to achieve for my school over … Continue reading

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Exploring the ‘why’ behind 1-1 Learning

Over the past week or so, I’ve kept myself busy, among other things, reading Pamela Livingstone’s 1-1 Learning – Laptop Programs that Work (link to the book on the Hawker Brownlow website) and thinking fairly carefully about how 1-1 is … Continue reading

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