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Case Studies and Articles
We've come a long way since the first keyboards appeared in class. Mick Waters, Director of Curriculum at the Qualifications and Curriculum Authority takes a look at the ways ICT began - and now continues - to influence positive interaction between students, teachers, parents and the world beyond.
Published 06 March 2008
When your catchment area is some 350km2 in diameter, spanning lakes, mountain ranges and more, creating a community between yourself and your feeder schools is hardly going to be easy.
Published 09 October 2007
On a sunny day in July 2007 we visited Monkston Primary School. On the outside it looks like almost any other primary school, but don't be deceived as the approach taken to teaching and learning in their Year 4 classes is quite unique.
Published 12 September 2007
There are a number of self-directed learning packages on the market, with various claims about the extent to which they can boost children's performance in curriculum subjects.
Published 20 March 2007
When your catchment area is some 35km2 in diameter, spanning lakes, mountain ranges and more, creating a community between yourself and your feeder schools is hardly going to be easy - let alone creating a cutting-edge regional network.
Published 15 March 2006
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