I’ve just read Jaye Richards-Hill’s (@JayeRHill on Twitter) very well researched article on Glow 2. I just have one small correction/point to highlight which is that the Glew development which I have [ … ]
About me As many people will know, I am a web developer as well as a teacher. I have a history of developing useful tools for users, for example, when [ … ]
My thoughts on today’s Education Scotland / Scottish Government ICT Summit in Stirling. An interesting discussion which will affect every learner in Scotland. Comments very welcome.
I recently spent a lot of time updating CompEdNet – the Scottish Forum for Computing Science Teachers. This post is a potted history of the site and a little information about what was involved in creating it’s most recent incarnation.
I spent a few minutes getting the XBox 360 Controller to work on MacOS 10.6. This is a quick summary.
Videos 12 to 20 for Adobe Photoshop CS4. These take the “Groovy Dancer” tutorial close to completion in a set of easy to follow videos with commentary.
I adapted some of the great tutorials at http://photoshoptutorials.ws/ and these are included here. Unfortunately, no videos to go with them yet but we’ll see if I have time to do them later.
I love Photoshop. It’s the single piece of creative software that I use the most. From web design, artwork to games design; it covers all the bases. I’ve been working on converting a complex on-line tutorial into something which S2 pupils can cope with. I wanted to produce resources for this lesson which would allow each learner to proceed at his/her own pace and which would begin to get them thinking about using the software creatively. Here I share some video tutorials and support materials which I’ve developed for S2 pupils.
A first post and a little story about my adventure in the land of water-cooled, quiet computers built by hand by me!