Monthly Archives: August 2012

Week 14

Today is the final day of my 14th week at Swansea ITeC. There was a bank holiday on Monday so I had the day off. On Tuesday and Wednesday we did software work and installed peppermint operating system onto some … Continue reading

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Week 9

Monday – Bank Holiday. Tuesday/Wednesday – We look at all the computers in the yellow room and looked to see which ones were under performing.  We then tested the hard drives and the RAM of all the computers to see … Continue reading

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31/08/2012

This week was not a very interesting on Tuesday to Wednesday all we did was software work and booted up all the computers in the yellow room to make sure they were working correctly, if they were not working correctly … Continue reading

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Scratch Blog

Over the last couple of week em and a few of the students have been creating a platform game using an average programme called “Scratch”, we had used the programme once before to get used to all the scripting and … Continue reading

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Pontybrenin Primary Year 6 Leavers Book. – Project.

Scenario : The project was based on the schools wanting a Year 6 Leavers Book. This was produced last year by an external company which cost £400. This was for the designing  and  printing.  Therefore this year raising the question … Continue reading

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Off the job 5

Today I started to learn about hardware. First I learned about the different components that make up a motherboard, then about SATA/IDE connections, sockets and northbridge/ southbridge. Next I did a quiz to see if I could name them all … Continue reading

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13/08/12

Monday – I finished up my power muscle burn project and uploaded it to mahara, Overall I seemed to hit all the targets and I was pleased with it. Tuesday – I typed up some notes for my presentation on … Continue reading

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