When you learn something, write about it, and don’t do it just to make money off it. Don’t be afraid to make mistakes. Teaching others will help you learn. Encourage collaboration by allowing a free flow of constructive comments. If you make a mistake, fix it. http://www.smashingmagazine.com/2012/03/30/publish-what-you-learn/
Sabbatical: Brief Old Testament Survey Sabbatical: Brief Old Testament Survey Chris Ryall A very brief overview of 20 key passages from the Old Testament relating to Sabbaths. Publish at Scribd or explore others: Other Research jewish bbile
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Now this is what I love about web apps. I showed a colleague the Google Docs system (we use Google Apps, Education Edition at our 13-18 school), and he had the courage, imagination, tenacity to use it to share our sports day results live on the net. You’ll be able to read the article, and [...]
There’s a great little Python script to take a csv file and easily add addresses to email lists in Google Apps. It’s saved me (or someone else!) a lot of time, and was a great reason to install and learn how to use Python. See the script here and read about the mistakes I made [...]
You can now follow all my online activity and comment on what I’ve been up to by subscribing to just one RSS feed. If you’re not sure what an RSS feed is or how to use it then this video from Common Craft is perfect:
Loved it! Fun, memorable and why God isn’t exclusive!
Hi there – all finished! The magic includes semantic markup, support for gravatars (get one here), tags instead of categories, it pulls lots of my RSS feeds together in one place, nicely sorted so you can see what I’m up to, see if I’m online using the chat box at the top and finally, of [...]
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It works on all my devices: phone, Wii, laptop and big screen PC Hurray! Loosely based on, stripped, with some extra help from Google’s blueprintcss and running on Word Press 2.5 beta 1 – it’s all good, butstill a work in progress, especially the pile of feeds at the bottom of the page!
If you just read one: http://ririanproject.com/2007/05/05/5-powerful-hacks-to-immediately-improve-your-presentations/ http://blog.scottjelias.net/wp-content/uploads/2007/11/slides.pdf http://www.darrenbarefoot.com/archives/2007/09/everything-i-know-about-presentations-i-learned-in-theatre-school.html http://www.randsinrepose.com/archives/2008/02/03/out_loud.html http://www.randsinrepose.com/archives/2007/04/30/how_to_not_throw_up.html http://blog.ericfeng.com/250-things-i-have-learnt-that-will-make-you-become-a-highly-successful-speaker/ http://presentationzen.blogs.com/presentationzen/2005/11/the_zen_estheti.html http://presentationzen.blogs.com/presentationzen/2005/10/make_your_next_.html Finding good images: http://www.presentationzen.com/presentationzen/2006/01/where_can_you_f.html
Just needed somewhere to post this very useful booking form! Refresh 08 Booking Form And the accompanying Facebook group: http://www.facebook.com/group.php?gid=8339931546
What Your Pizza Reveals There are no limits to your eating. You often devour the scraps your friends can’t finish.You consider pizza to be bread… very good bread. You fit in best in the Midwest part of the US. You favor foods that are simple and high quality. You believe that showy ingredients only serve [...]
I didn’t really know who would appreciate these thoughts, so I sent them to everyone I could think of at Suffolk Road Church – for those of you who I don’t get to talk to much about God, it might be good for you to hear some of the things I believe! – of course, [...]
INFORMATION & COMMUNICATION TECHNOLOGY (ICT) Core ICTAll students Option ICTStudents choosing ICT National First Award in ICT National First Certificate in ICT 1 lesson per fortnight 3 lessons per fortnight Equivalent to 1 GCSE, grades A*-C Equivalent to 2 more GCSEs, grades A*-C All students in years 10-11 follow a vocational course in Information [...]
With all these independent learners and teachers around – what am I for? Lots of interesting interactions have been wounding my pride recently, which is on the whole a good thing! Students who are better than I am at a whole range of things, teachers responding to exciting opportunities quicker than I do! – you [...]
Just compile a list of some places we eat & drink in Sudbury for some friends who are new to the area. It might be useful to someone? View Larger Map
We’re soon going to partnering with another local sixth form to provide a greater choice of courses for students. This means that students could be studying in different locations as well as at home each week. Although we could host their documents at one of the two schools and make them accessible over the Internet [...]