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I have spent a large part of my summer holiday working on a brand new website:

The idea of the site is to provide teachers and students with an easy way to produce and use interactive learning templates using Flash. Templates can be saved as text files or HTML pages and hosted on websites / intranets.

Here's a few sample files to give you an idea of how the site works:

Timline: Life of William the Conqueror

Living Graph: Life of Henry VIII

PostIt: What is Poverty?

Target Diagram: Consequences of World War One

Diamond 9: Causes of the Russian Revolution

Lights Out: The Tudor Portrait Mystery

It's a "work in progress" at the moment, but I think it has real potential - any feedback would be really appreciated!

:P

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I have spent a large part of my summer holiday working on a brand new website:

The idea of the site is to provide teachers and students with an easy way to produce and use interactive learning templates using Flash. Templates can be saved as text files or HTML pages and hosted on websites / intranets.

Here's a few sample files to give you an idea of how the site works:

Timline: Life of William the Conqueror

Living Graph: Life of Henry VIII

PostIt: What is Poverty?

Target Diagram: Consequences of World War One

Diamond 9: Causes of the Russian Revolution

Lights Out: The Tudor Portrait Mystery

It's a "work in progress" at the moment, but I think it has real potential - any feedback would be really appreciated!

:P

Each page is being blocked by my Google Toolbar.

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These are excellent, exciting templates for teachers wishing to create their own dynamic online content.

I look forward to experimenting with them over the next few days. Well done Russ :P....more feedback to follow

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Each page is being blocked by my Google Toolbar.

I have now looked at this.

Just click the "popup blocker" in your Google Toolbar and the pages will appear.

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