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Champion School Video 2017
How the St Lawrence Academy uses Makewaves to involve parents with school life
How a busy Makewaves school is benefitting from badges
A case study of an outstanding Makewaves school
Catmose College talks about their experience using MakeWaves
'Corby Reads' annual report finds MakeWaves a ‘valuable medium for delivering literacy aims’
MakeWaves is a learning platform that teachers and pupils can easily use and incorporate into their daily teaching and the results are instant. Pupils take pride in their tasks and feel valued when they see their work on display.
Young people from Manchester and Nottingham set up their own online web pages to share stories of conflict and identity from their community, inspired by museums. This was part of the Moving Minds project run by Imperial War Museum North.
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Essex County Records Office and Braintree Museum worked with pupils at Gosfield Primary School to investigate the impact of war on their area. They used MakeWaves to capture and share their project with the community.
Haslemere Education Museum worked with Students from Woolmer Hill School to create an exhibition all about the Holocaust. They used MakeWaves to log thoughts through blogs, collect images using mobiles and gather feedback from parents and friends.
RIBA, The Building Exploratory and Hackney Archives worked with students at the Bridge Academy to explore the impact conflict has had on a local estate, both on the buildings and the people that live there.
The Boswells School in Essex went to Japan with the Imperial War Museum in August 08 as part of the TPYF project.
The Imperial War Museum and MakeWaves have been using social media to report live from around the world. Find out how this approach can put students in charge of their own learning.
Their Past Your Future is a project run by The Imperial War Museum It includes an Immersive Learning Programme which offers young people the opportunity to visit sites around the world to explore the impact of 20th century conflict.
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Case Studies
A case study of an outstanding Makewaves school
The thinking behind the Monks Walk CPD network and why we chose MakeWaves.
How the St Lawrence Academy uses Makewaves to involve parents with school life
Teachers discuss how they use Makewaves in their schools via Google Hangouts
How a busy Makewaves school is benefitting from badges
Beth Smith and Alan Crist discuss using the Makewaves App in schools
Beth tells us about Makewaves in her school and gives us her top tip
Young people from Manchester and Nottingham set up their own online web pages to share stories of conflict and identity from their community, inspired by museums. This was part of the Moving Minds project run by Imperial War Museum North.
RIBA, The Building Exploratory and Hackney Archives worked with students at the Bridge Academy to explore the impact conflict has had on a local estate, both on the buildings and the people that live there.
Essex County Records Office and Braintree Museum worked with pupils at Gosfield Primary School to investigate the impact of war on their area. They used MakeWaves to capture and share their project with the community.
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Commemorative Visits with The Imperial War Museum
Their Past Your Future is a project run by The Imperial War Museum It includes an Immersive Learning Programme which offers young people the opportunity to visit sites around the world to explore the impact of 20th century conflict.
The Imperial War Museum and MakeWaves have been using social media to report live from around the world. Find out how this approach can put students in charge of their own learning.
The Boswells School in Essex went to Japan with the Imperial War Museum in August 08 as part of the TPYF project.
TPYF Remembrance Reporters visited the western front in 2008. Watch their reports and find out how you can use these within your own teaching and run your own historical visit.
Reporters from York visited Berlin to mark the 20th anniversary since the fall of the wall. They reported on what the city could tell them about the events of the past and the impact it has had on Berlin and the people who live there today.
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