I’m having a fantastically inspiring week! I discovered Museum Box today, a web application in which you create a museum tray with a number of cubes in. On each cube you can add text, images, sound, links and documents on that particular topic – making it simple to collect and collate information on a variety of sub-topics.
It is, of course, easier to explain with a practical demonstration so here are examples based on The Roaring Twenties and a really clever way of constructing an argument both for and against animal testing.
Kids in Year 7 can use PowerPoint already (in terms of skills if not judgement) and this is a much more engaging and interesting way of looking at things.