Challenge

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63 Responses to Challenge

  1. Elena Hayward says:

    When I get lots of pop-ups on my computer when trying to use it and is not letting me delete them.

  2. Ben Coley says:

    When my device crashes all the time

  3. callum owen says:

    I want to know how to make html5 games

  4. Nana.Antwi says:

    When my computer loads for a long time.

  5. kathryn.chadburn says:

    when any type of viruses come up on my screen

  6. Erin says:

    Games take too long to load and they don’t have any instuctions and you can’t then play them.

  7. Nana.Antwi says:

    I would like to do a 1000 piece puzzle :.)

  8. kathryn.chadburn says:

    fair enough Nana I agree

  9. kathryn.chadburn says:

    I hate it when my games crash or take a long time to load.

  10. kathryn.chadburn says:

    I would like to have a bigger challenge than usual.

  11. Erin says:

    My wifi doesn’t always connect to my computer which means I have to reload my computer. It is very frustrating! It happens all the time!

  12. Mrs Firman says:

    Do you find it frustrating that new technology can become outdated very quickly?

  13. olivia says:

    its very annoying when adverts come up on my phone whiles trying to play a games and when my phone stops working as well .

  14. kennedy.sloan says:

    I hate ThinkPad’s that’s why I have a good laptop at home

  15. kathryn.chadburn says:

    There is a comet called Philae and it looks quite interesting. I would like to learn about it. If you type in comet on bing you would find more about it.

    • Richard Smith says:

      Yes this is a really interesting application of technology. How do you think they got the ‘lander’ to land on a comet successfully? Do some research please.

      • kathryn.chadburn says:

        Mr Smith is helping me with this.

        A signal is sent from a control centre on Earth to the lander. The lander has sensors so that it can detect when it has landed. It will also be able to sense things such as temperature and air pressure.

        In school we are sending a signal from the ipad to a Sphero using Bluetooth.

  16. millie.adams says:

    I like this J2e website because it makes it possible to do lots of things. It lets you upload pictures and turn them into puzzles.

    • Emily says:

      I agree with you Millie because you can do lots of things and solve puzzles

      • Elena Hayward says:

        I agree Millie because not only does it let you turn pictures into puzzles but it lets us communicate in a futuristic way, from anywere.

    • Erin says:

      I like all of that and I like the blogging. It is cool seeing other peoples thoughts without asking face to face, also I love the jigsaws!!!!!!!!

  17. millie.adams says:

    Thank you Emily for replying to me.

  18. millie.adams says:

    My Minecraft game always crashes when I play it.

    what are virus’?

    • amy patterson says:

      When i’m playing on my ds the ds always freezes when i’m half way through in a game so I have to turn it off and then turn it back on. This is frustrating.

    • Alistair says:

      The cause of Minecraft crashing could be that your computer cannot handle the 3D graphics. Or it could be that you have a virus.

      A virus is something you shouldn’t be on your computer that can cause problems and slow it down. You can use free tools such as Malwarebytes to remove the virus if you think you have one.

  19. Sachi Mckoy says:

    When I’m playing a game on the computer and it completely lags out JUST before I get onto a checkpoint 🙁

  20. Alistair says:

    You can sometimes face viruses while using computers (not so much on Linux or Mac though)

    • Alistair says:

      I have dual booted my computer with Ubuntu, a user-friendly Linux operating system. So if I accidently got a virus on my Windows OS, I could just choose to use Linux until I managed to get rid of the virus

  21. amy fallis says:

    Thank you Alistair.

  22. kathryn chadburn says:

    who are you people your not in our school.

    • Richard Smith says:

      These people may be from other schools. The idea of a blog is that lots of people read and comment. IF approved by the moderator (a teacher) then these comments will appear on the blog.

  23. Claire Freestone says:

    I’d like to ‘push’ collaboration on line throughout school. What do people use in school to ensure children are collaborating online effectively and safely?

    • Nikki Wilkinson says:

      Purple Mash has 2Write where children can work on the same document. Each child’s work is highlighted in a different colour so it’s great for showing children that whatever they put online can be traced back. Great for writing a collaborative story. The teacher can put the template of the story up and the children can write different chapters. Also good for a quick literacy warm up or creating a word wall. There is also 2Connect which is a mind mapping tool that can be used collaboratively for children to add their own ideas. Great for planning a story or DT project.

      • Richard Smith says:

        That sounds interesting….as adults we often use collaborative tech so it will be interesting to see how students get on with this.

  24. Gary Spragg says:

    Hi Claire, for collaboration, we use a few websites in our school which may be worth a look:

    Piratepad- online collaborative word docs that allow real time multiple user edits
    Cosketch- online paint with real time collaboration to create art work.
    Padlet- online sticky notes to share ideas
    Primaryblogger – online WordPress blogs for kids

  25. Jan says:

    I wonder where we will be in 10 years time, what will be be using.

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