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SAL MCKEOWN visits the ATHENA project to see how video conferencing technology is being used to help pupils who are under-performing.

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DISTANCE LEARNING

SAL MCKEOWN visits the ATHENA project to see how video conferencing technology is being used to help pupils who are under-performing.

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News

News - winter 2006

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Leading from the top

In the first of a series of regular columns in e-Learning Today, VALERIE THOMPSON, Chief Executive of the e-Learning Foundation, explains why school management must lead by example if education in the UK is to truly embrace e-learning for the future.

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Twinning with Japan

How video conferencing has enabled pupils in a gifted and talented project at one secondary school to embrace Japanese culture and broaden their thinking.

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Board Games

Schools are embracing interactive whiteboards and students are reaping the benefits from new software, says DUNCAN MCMILLAN, who looks at how one award-winning company is bringing a new dimension to maths through interactive games designed specially for interactive whiteboard use.

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LEARNING STARS - reflect on their achievement

Louise Dennis reports on how, as part of a ‘Learning to Learn’ project to equip young pupils with the ability to reflect on their learning, one school is using video routinely to improve the confidence of pupils and increase their motivation.

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STUDYWIZ in Warwickshire

With 2007-08 set as the deadline for all schools to have a personal learning space in place, LEAs are exploring the options available to them. In light of this, MARION ARCHER reports on the initial stages of a small-scale pilot project Warwickshire schools are undertaking with Etech’s Virtual Learning Environment, Studywiz.

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CLICKING FOR SUCCESS

SALLY MCKEOWN makes the most of a chance to learn all the bells and whistles of the award-winning Clicker 5 from the people who know it best.

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Let the games begin?

ALEX KNIGHT reports on a project by Futurelab to investigate whether mainstream computer games have any place in the classroom and can bring any educational benefits.

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New alternatives to GNVQ

ZALI COLLYMORE-HUSSEIN of Lewisham City Learning Centre (CLC) advises on the latest breed of Key Stage 4 vocational ICT qualifications and identifies which ones are likely to provide a very real alternative to the GNVQ.

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Science: THEN AND NOW

DARREN POWNER looks back at the days of teaching science before the widespread use of technology and compares this with today’s science learning environment.

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The high-tech AGONY AUNT

Advanced technology has brought many benefits to education, but it has also brought new problems, including new and disturbing ways of bullying other students. However, the same technology can also be used to combat this dilemma.

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The write thing for boys

Andrew Range looks at how portable word-processors can encourage otherwise reluctant boys to engage in writing, and also examines the wider use of these devices for pupils with special needs.

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01/01/1970
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THINK small

KEITH SULLIVAN looks at a new range of peripheral devices designed specially for use by the very youngest and smallest learners.

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