e-Learning Today - Issue 3
CLAIRE DEAKIN finds that the internet kindles her personal enthusiasm for playing the ukulele as well as supporting her teaching of the instrument to children.
Anytime, Anywhere Learning
SHEILA CREW reports on a programme using handheld computers in Bristol secondary schools.
‘My Family Would Be Proud Of Me’
JO ARMITAGE reports on an e-learning project to build self esteem and counter disaffection in a group of year 9 boys.
From Questions To Cartoons
JO ARMITAGE and REBECCA SCOTT SAUNDERS report on a project to stimulate imagination and deepen questioning through digital storytelling in Year 2.
Are We There Yet?
VALERIE THOMPSON argues for a necessary acceleration in using ICT to fulfil its educational potential in the 21st century.
Getting Hold Of The Hardware
JAN HOWELLS highlights the work of the e-Learning Foundation in helping managers to enable their schools to bridge the digital divide.
Watch That License!
In the run up to BETT TIM ROOTS explains just how easy it is to become an unknowing offender against copyright law.
DARREN SMITH calls on some fellow teachers to find out how they are using Moodle, the popular open source courseware application.