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Tim Manson


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Personal Statement

At present I am the ICT Strategy leader for Slemish College and it is my role to encourage teachers to use as much ICT appropriately within their lessons. I have set up my own learning site called Think Geography which enables my students to access extra learning activities, pictures, podcasts, wikispaces, colloborative essays, blog accounts and much more. Recently, I have been involved in writing materials for and have written some ICT management articles for the ICTAC publication.

ICT Interests

I enjoy using many of the different online tools to support the indivdual learning of the students - mostly thinks like wikis, email, podcasting, digital video etc. I use ICT in every lesson of every day!

Recent Projects

I have recently been working on some collaborative essays in wikispaces and some revision/ learning podcasts for my A Level Geography classes. My most recent 'discovery' has been in the area of digital video and I have been working hard to get the kids in school with video cameras in their hands!


Writing a web site that promotes 24/7 Learning

(originally submitted for the ICTAC file in March 2007)

Leading a whole school ICT team

(originally submitted for the ICTA file in Jan 2007) 

Both articles can be found on my web site at 

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