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News Update: June

1. Government to block "violent" websites from schools 2. Online prom a hit for GCSE students who cannot attend school 3. Data shows that ICT spend does boost pupil performance 4. Information is key to academies success 5. New ways to explore the curriculum

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22/06/2011
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Product Update: June

1. Vivitek launch latest short throw projector for education 2. Primary maths resources launched 3. Presentation controller makes classroom technology possible for the tightest of budgets 4. Genee Slate 5. Mitsubishi EX240U for education

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22/06/2011
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Developing coaching skills

BT has launched a new initiative - Coaching for Life (CfL) which includes a mobile application to make it easy to play games outdoors or on the go.

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22/06/2011
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3D Teaching at the Abbey School

Unlike a textbook, 3D is able to add many layers and brings unprecedented depth to what is being learnt. Here we look at one school’s use of ‘DLP’ projector technology.

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22/06/2011
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Digital Time And Attendance Systems In Schools

Chris Routledge, Managing Director, of UK Time Solutions Ltd, discusses how digital time and attendance systems in schools can improve efficiency and save money.

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22/06/2011
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Exploring Urban Education with Mobile Devices

By Carl Smith, Claire Bradley and John Cook, London Metropolitan University; and Dr Simon Pratt-Adams, Anglia Ruskin University.

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22/06/2011
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The UK’s Harmful Trade In E-Waste

This report by the Environmental Investigation Agency (EIA) shows the on-going problem of the UK’s illegal trade in electronic waste.

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22/06/2011
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Geography for Primary Teachers: the next step

This new report follows a survey of primary school teachers across the UK and concludes that the correct type of resources e.g. those that are inspiring, relevant and interactive, are key to help to facilitate the teaching of geography and improve standards in the subject among primary schools.

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22/06/2011
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