Learning at home
The home is where a young person's first learning experiences take place, and it continues to play an important role in their development and education. A supportive learning environment can really benefit a young person's experience in school or college and this is often best created when the school and parents work together. Find some fantastic examples of how this happening here.
Bridge Academy- 'Students working from home'
The Bridge Academy Online provides ICT equipment, online activities and support for students and their families. By changing the timetable so students work from home for a day a week it allows time for students to undertake these activities and for teachers to personalise their learning.
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Dream Catcher is a tool which helps young children express themselves creatively. Children can make their own video and audio recordings, take photographs and keep a blog of their experiences.
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Games and Learning
A video discussing why educators should be interested in using computer games for learning and how games can be developed with education specifically in mind.
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