Monthly Archives: March 2014

Eleven stirs of perfection

I discovered a love for muffins (don’t be too concerned now, I am sure it is temporary). I know everybody is rather obsessed with cup cakes these days. But, frankly, by comparison they seem like an overdressed tart …oh dear, … Continue reading

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Cairngorms ahoy!

I do have another travel story for you. This time I got to play with a new digital storytelling toy – myHistro. You can find the story here. Enjoy! I say some more things about using myHistro here. Oh – … Continue reading

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MyHistro – plotting a timeline on a map

[The video by Kelli Reno introduces MyHistro for teachers] I was very excited when I discovered this tool last month (as usual it was a serendipitous occasion). It seems to do what I have wanted for a while – plotting … Continue reading

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