Issue 61 - Interactive
Do computer games often the subject of bitter criticism have any place in school? Stephen Sayers of NESTA Futurelab believes they do. Here.s why... Folder: InteraCTive Issue 61
All present and correct?
Gareth and Kate Honeyford explore the potential of presentation packages such as PowerPoint for enriching the curriculum and find that they can be surprisingly versatile. Folder: InteraCTive Issue 61
Simon Whyte reports on how one school found thin client technology the answer to its network management headaches. Folder: InteraCTive Issue 61
Implementing the e-Strategy
Colin MacFarlane examines the Governments e-Strategy paper in detail and offers InteracTive readers practical suggestions on how they can integrate the strategy into their daily teaching practice.. Folder: InteraCTive Issue 61
Can open source software cut costs?
Following the report from Becta earlier this year Jan Green looks at the pros and cons of using open source software in schools Folder: InteraCTive Issue 61
Transforming ICT in Isreal
Shanee Kraus examines the use of ICT in the modern classroom in Israel and makes comparisons with developments in the United Kingdom. Folder: InteraCTive Issue 61
Looking forward to BETT
BETT 2006 11-14 January 2006 Olympia London Folder: InteraCTive Issue 61
Delving into dataloggers
This issues Buyers Guide takes a tour of some of the many devices available for gathering data either in the classroom or outside not only for science and geography projects but increasingly for a wide number of diverse uses. Folder: InteraCTive Issue 61