Humanities photo challenge - Week 11 (technology)
2 July 2020
Our students won’t “Techno” for an answer!
Week 11 – where has the time gone? The time has passed us by at the speed of technological advancement in our ever changing and dynamic world we live in. A very pertinent themed week, as we move into a new era in education that will undoubtedly see a greater dependence and surge in the use of technology as a teaching and learning tool. I, for one, will be pleased to see the inclusion of some of the great resources and tools offered out there to enhance learning for our students. Whether it be in the classroom or at home, the technology now available to us can be explored by staff and students in many ways to ensure we stay connected, learn more effectively and have the opportunity to become skilled practitioners ready for this 21st Century world.
The entries came flooding in again this week. Thanks to all for your submissions. Thank you to previous winners and participants who continue to email each week and thank you for all the new submissions from new students who are looking to partake. With over 30 entries this week, the difficult decisions were made and your winning photographers this week are:
Lewis T (Year 7 H7) – Gaming Wands
Will J (Year 9 C1) – Marvel Mirror
Cailtin W (Year 10 C3) – Luminous Letters (Keyboard)
The theme next week (Week 12) is: TRANSPORT
Head of Humanities
To enter: Email your photos from your school email address to Mr Metcalfe at firstname.lastname@example.org. Entry closes each week at 12 noon on Thursday with the winner announced on Friday. See poster for full details.