Dec 082011
 

In this video Laura Compton from the Learning and Teaching Development Team in West Lothian explains how they changed the West Lothian Glow area to make it easier for practitioners to communicate with other practitioners, pupils and parents across West Lothian.

Click here visit West Lothian’s Sharing the Learning Blog.

To find out how the blog was created click here.

Using a blog to communicate between schools

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Dec 082011
 

In this video listen to how Karlie Robinson from Bridgened Primary in West Lothian used a blog with her P6/7 class to communicate with a school in Orkney.

Karlie and her pupils presented on this project at the Scottish Learning Festival 2011, to find out more click here.

Story Telling in French at Kilmodan Primary School

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Dec 072011
 

Gwen McCrossan uses story telling to inspire and enthuse her  learners and  embed the learning and teaching of  French in the wider curriculum.  She shares how  she  uses the storybook “La Surprise de Handa” with her P2-4 learners and the animated film Kirikou et la Sorcière with her P5-7 class.

Interdisciplinary Learning

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Dec 072011
 

In this video listen to how Karlie Robinson from Bridgened Primary in West Lothian used the Interdisciplinary topic of Orkney to Curriculum Areas and how Technologies for Learning were used throughout the topic.

Karlie and her pupils presented on this project at the Scottish Learning Festival 2011, to find out more click here.

Dec 052011
 

I am investigating what schools are considering with regards option choice in the Senior Phase. My own school is considering 6 options throughout S4/5/6 with 5 periods per option.  I would like to know what other schools around the country are considering (could you please also indicate which local authority your school belongs to).

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