Very happy to say that I am in the process of gathering lots of previous free exam papers for CAT and they will be available soon in the Tech Teachers Shared Folders on copy.com. There […]
I found a nice picture explaining (again) Bloom’s taxonomy. I find that looking at different representations in a graphical manner helps to keep the structure fresh in my mind as CAT teacher. It is at […]
I was given a link by another educational professional to a very interesting page showcasing hundreds of useful tools for teachers – many of them completely free to use. There are indeed MANY resources available […]
I thought I should share: Received via Gary Blieden/Mike Chiles: Hi everyone Just in case you didn’t see this. Dear All There has been some discussion on this list on the “designated list of subjects”.
One of the biggest challenges facing many CAT teachers is the issue of the ‘theory’ and the consistently lower marks achieved by students as compared to the ‘practical’ papers. I have taught CAT for a […]
If you remember the early South African days (or should I say daze) with Microsoft Windows post-Windows 3.1 and DOS start-up screens where the CLI was your best friend only if you actually knew DOS […]