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Dig IT Project Overview

Dig IT Project Overview

09 Aug 2009:
The 6 Week Project How we can use ICT "seamlessly" to support all aspects of Teaching and Learning For the main menu page click here During the summer terms of 2009 twenty two schools were given the opportunity to join in an archaeology project. The core of the proposed project was the use of ICT to support historical and archaeological enquiry so...
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09 Aug 2009:
What is Dig IT? The project was an opportunity for Key Stage 2 pupils to investigate and write about the people and events associated with some of Kent’s most famous historic sites. To support their learning pupils were given access to a range of historical artefacts and the opportunity to work and web conference (using FlashMeeting) with staff from English Heritage and the...
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Dig IT 2009 Visualiser Report

Dig IT 2009 Visualiser Report

23 Jul 2009:
                                    Improving pupils writing A Visualiser is a video camera mounted on a stand that connects to a data projector. Objects (including books, maps and historical artefacts) can be...
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Dig IT Celebration - Lullingstone Group

Dig IT Celebration - Lullingstone Group

14 Jul 2009:
Monday 12th July 2009 - Eynsford Castle Reviewing our learning Today pupils from Our Lady's Catholic Primary School met to review and share their work with Ian Coulson and Marion Green (Canterbury Trust Education Trust.)  Click on the image below to listen to the pupils talking about and discussing: What happened at The Roman Villa Their stories about "The Death of...
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Dig IT Celebration - Richborough Group

Dig IT Celebration - Richborough Group

12 Jul 2009:
Friday 10th July 2009 Pupils from Ash, Cartwright & Kelsey, Cheriton, Holy Trinity (Margate) and Newlands Primary schools attended the Dig It celebration at AC&K on friday 10th July.There with Ian Coulson and Marion Green (Canterbury Archaeological Trust) the pupils shared what they had found out the Roman artefacts in their CAT boxes and read some of their wonderful...
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