Another thing I'm trying to get my head around is the ability for anyone to cast to the screen, which is fantastic but slightly problematic. I could imagine saying to a child "cast your work to the screen so the rest of the class can see what you've done" - great. However I'm sure some teachers (especially from secondary phase) would like to be able to control who can cast and when. I can't see how that can stop others casting over you.
So to answer your question Guy, it's early days but I possibly could see some having a crack at using it. Youtube looks good, and Google Docs could be used for your lesson, but I would like the ability to write over the top of something on the board but can't yet see how to do that.
Some really good news, British Pathe have now launched a YouTube channel. Users now have access to 85,000 historical films, about 3,500 hours of historical footage. Definitely an excellent resource for supporting history in the primary and secondary school....
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