The annual BETT exhibition at London Olympia is the worlds leading educational ICT event
Planning the holistic way
Following on from her article on Next steps in planning last issue. Caroline Clissold outlines an example of a holistic approach to planning activities around a real life problem linking maths to geography.
Lets get adventures
Teaching and Learning has always encouraged its readers to make the curriculum as interesting as possible and listen carefully to what children want.
John Mills extols the virtues of encouraging pupils to write online journals or weblogs and thereby improving their literacy and communications skills.
This issues Technology Tutorial continues the theme of conservation with simple activities using an interactive whiteboard.
Art & Design Project Plan on Conservation
Art & Design Project Plans on Conservation. These project pland are designed to be used in association with your Conservation CD-ROM.
Learning with graphic organisers
John Dabell looks at how to use Graphic organisers to link together thinking learning and assessment to enhance learning and create a foundation for learning.
A living scientist Collin Pillinger
Many children can name a historical scientist but a recent survey suggested that few can name a living scientist. John David endeavours to redress this by profiling someone who is at the forefront of science today and suggesting activities based on h