A report on how the Worlds first access software on a portable pen device is making access easier for those with visual impairments Folder: InteraCTive Issue 59
E–learning trips to theme parks and visits from poets are all on offer over the summer break at castle View School in Essex Folder: InteraCTive Issue 59
Reviving Reluctant Writers
Having seen a special needs pupil in his class make tremendous progress on a simple word-processor, a Penzance teacher cam to the conclusion that this device could have a highly positive impact if made available to his entire class.
Terry Freedman looks at how sophisticated models can be developed in a spreadsheet through the use of the IF function and other devices Folder: InteraCTive Issue 59
Dunstan Dirua reports on the state of ICT in schools in Papua New Guinea and finds that this small country is in very real danger of falling behind the rest of the world Folder: InteraCTive Issue 59
In this new series of articles John Woollard will be exploring a range of facilities offered by ICT that enhances learning and enables new learning activities. This issue the focus is on the visual and diagrammatic. Folder: InteraCTive Issue 59
Getting Started With Moviemaker
Gareth Honeyford continues his series on digital video in the classroom with a focus on using Apple's iMovie software Folder: InteraCTive Issue 59
Nick Austin of TEEM examines some of the resources available for teaching and learning citizenship in both the primary and secondary phases. Folder: InteraCTive Issue 59
The good, the bad and the internet
Is the Internet dumbing down our education system or actually accelerating our children’s learning? Rob Budd gives a frank insight into some of the opportunities and problems that the Net has brought to the education sector, and particularly the question of plagiarism.