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ProjectingInTheClassroom

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An Excellent database

Terry Freedman explains how Microsoft Excel can be used as a relatively painless introduction to databases Folder: InteraCTive Issue 58

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Learning goes worldwide

Developments in ICT have made global collaborations a realistic and exciting option for schools says Peter Stephenson Folder: InteraCTive Issue 58

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Getting ready for business

It is important that students have experience in school of the same software they will be using in the outside world Folder: InteraCTive Issue 58

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Mastering the music manifesto

John Hesnan explains why teaching music is important and how ICT can help teachers meet the objectives of the DfES’s Music Manifesto Folder: InteraCTive Issue 58

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SEN on the Web

Diane Parkin explores just a few of the many websites now offering resources and materials to help with teaching special needs children Folder: InteraCTive Issue 58

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Statistical nightmares

A House of Commons select committee found recently that the number of 11-year-olds in England who fail reading tests was 'unacceptably high'. Folder: InteraCTive Issue 58

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Your map to access

Keith Sullivan reports on a website which aims to be a one-stop-shop for finding resources for those with learning disabilities Folder: InteraCTive Issue 58

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Cameras in focus

Andrew Range looks at some of the many digital cameras on the market which may be suitable for use in or out of the classroom Folder: InteraCTive Issue 58

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The basics of digital video

Gareth Honeyford sketches out some of the basic requirements that you need to consider if you're thinking of having a go at digital video Folder: InteraCTive Issue 58

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News

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Playing and performing with ICT

Juliet Smith presents a round-up of some of the resources now available to support the teaching of music and the performing arts.

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Reviews

School Sleuths: Too Many Cooks; Nubble! and 2Create Folder: InteraCTive Issue 58

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Smile! Youre on digital camera!

Teachers everywhere are discovering the many valuable uses for digital cameras in the classroom Folder: InteraCTive Issue 58

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One step closer to a unified strategy

Too often different manufacturers design ICT products which may look similar but which work in very diverse ways Folder: InteraCTive Issue 58

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You too can be a graphical wizard!

We present a round-up of some of the latest software products to enable your pupils to creating digital masterpieces on their computers Folder: InteraCTive Issue 58

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Go on prove it!

Research in Germany claims ICT is not beneficial to learning. Terry Freedman analyses these claims. Folder: InteraCTive Issue 58

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A new OHP for the future

Barking and Dagenham LEA has been taking part in trialling a piece of new technology which could be a serious rival for interactive whiteboards Folder: InteraCTive Issue 58

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Virtually educating

Welcome to St. Clare's the world's first totally virtual school. Shall we begin the tour? Folder: InteraCTive Issue 58

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