Teachers’ Support Day (1st October 2010)

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A big ‘Thank You’ to all schools that attended the Teachers’ Support Day last Friday. It was a very productive meeting that gave us the opportunity to share with the teachers the project’s progress so far and our future plans.

The meeting also introduced a series of suggested activities with ICT in the home environment within the next 9 weeks.

Booklets were handed out to teachers who will, in turn, deliver this information to all parents taking part in the study.  The meeting also briefly introduced teachers to the idea of ‘blogging’ and rss feeds.

We look forward to the next meeting on 7 th January where Prof. Iram Siraj-Blatchford will be giving a  presentation about the parental role in children’s early years education and development. In addition, we will be introducing the second part of our intervention programme.

Maria  (m.kyriacou@swansea.ac.uk)

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3 Responses to “Teachers’ Support Day (1st October 2010)”

  1. Ian Says:

    What a loveley site. Its full of interesting accounts and ideas in this fascinating area of work. I have relayed your URL to my PG students in Early Years and ICT and Learning.

    But who are you?

    I can’t find any explanation of SLICT or who is behind it. I found you via google and the news article in the TES

    keep up this fantastic work

  2. John Says:

    Hi ian

    Play…Think…Learn is a website supporting research and development in the education and care of children aged 3 to 5:
    For who is doing what you can take a look on there: http://www.playthinklearn.org

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