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Phlogging using iPadio and Facebook
Mimi Jones on phlogging a trip to England, France and Spain with iPadio and Facebook    
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Description:
Phlogging - using your phone to blog - is also called moblogging (from mobile blogging) and this post explains how it can be used effectively to record school trips, activities within school and more. Suggesting the possible use of a variety of tools, many of which are free, there are pointers to further blog posts about specific examples (not just in MFL) and also to tutorials on 'how to' moblog or phlog. A great way to make use of technology to record experiences as well as report back to those at home whilst on school trips! 
Group Affiliation:
Pupil/Student, Teaching, Adult and Life Long Learners 
Subject/Category:
Pupil/Student - General, Teaching - General, Adult and Life Long Learners - General, Citizenship, Com. Languages, Drama, English, Environmental Studies, French, Geography, Geology, German, History, ICT, Italian, MFL, Music, PSHE, Spanish, Pupils' Health and Well-being, Other Subjects, 21C Learning, Citizenship Education, Differentiation, Teaching and Learning  
Age Relevance:
Key Stage 2, Key Stage 3, Key Stage 4, Post 16 
Mimi Jones on phlogging a trip to England, France and Spain with iPadio and Facebook    
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