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.
Encouraging other subjects to use computers is a necessary part of the ICT leaders job. But says Terry Freedman there's a limit to what you can achieve in the short term Folder: InteraCTive Issue 59
Brian Asbury reports on how the Wandsworth City Learning Centre already providing extra ICT experiences for children after school is opening its doors over the school holidays to run some exciting summer schools and projects Folder: InteraCTive Issue 59
A personal digital assistant can be a useful tool for the busy teacher. Andrew Range looks at a few of the many models currently on the market. Folder: InteraCTive Issue 59
A news item that recently caught my eye began with the words:'Users are being warned not to open junk email messages claiming Osama Bin Laden has been captured.' Folder: InteraCTive Issue 59