A few weeks ago we visited Montpelier Primary School and asked a range of pupils for their opinions and knowledge of digital technology devices, as well as E-Safety.
We then split into groups and analysed a key component of the data. My group, Emma, Lisa, Lewis and I investigated the children’s responses to the question ‘How could you use a blog at school’. We categorised the answers and produced an Infographic, which visually displayed the results we found.
This graphic shows that a lot of the children were unaware of how to use a blog, which is understandable. It really would add to the children’s learning though if they were able to publicise their thoughts and what they have learnt and invite discussion on a particular topic.
We also created a wordle for the same question where the responses children gave are grouped together to produce a visual word cloud. This is a very catchy graphic and can be viewed via the link below.
I’m delighted that I’ve been made aware of another valuable learning tool which is eye catching and imaginative.