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News Update: July

1. Early use of ICT gives higher pupil attainment 2. Interactive trail created by English Heritage 3. Security software makes iPads safer online 4. Online resources for The Big Light Project 5. Collins Big Cat launches new primary e-resources

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29/07/2011
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Product Update: July

1. ParentMail 2 + ParentPlanner launched 2. MathBoard for IPad 3. Samsung Chromebook Series 5 4. Promethean ACTIVboard 378 Pro 5. RM Slate 100 Windows 7 tablet

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29/07/2011
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Animation in the classroom

How best to use 3D animation software within a classroom environment? Here we provide advice and tips on using popular 3D animation software.

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29/07/2011
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Authenticating e-assessment

How do you know whether an e learning student’s essay is authentically theirs? In other words how do tutors tell that the person who sent their essay by email is the person who actually wrote it? This question has become more crucial as exam boards start to include more elements of e assessment in their exam offer.

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29/07/2011
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The use of ICT in geography teaching at KS4

How can ICT support the teaching and learning of secondary geography?

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29/07/2011
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Video 3.0: The application of video technology in education

Liz Wilkins gives an overview of how schools in the UK are using Adobe video technology to facilitate learning and better engage students.

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29/07/2011
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Independent Evaluation Of Online Digital Resources In Primary Schools

This Independent research by Lancaster University shows that the early use of digital resources, when embedded into the school’s long term plan, is associated with higher achievement in Key Stage 2 SATs.

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29/07/2011
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Accelerating performance 2010-11 Towards Maturity Benchmark

This study, originally commissioned by Becta, shows clearly that a mature use of innovative and technologyenabled learning has been measured to deliver on average: 18% cost savings, 22% reduction in study time, and 2x volume of learning delivered.

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29/07/2011
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