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A Mass of Contradictions

So many people, it seems, really don’t know what to make of this ICT thing. Almost every day we hear about children spending too much time on computers, an activity often criticised as insular and unsocial – yet they are communicating with their peers in remote parts of the world, widening their experience of cultures other than their own and interacting in a very social way, albeit at a distance. Folder: Interactive Issue 63

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News Stories

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BETT2006: Mind Maps, Podcasts And VLE's

NO post–BETT issue OF InteracTive would be complete without Adrian Porter giving his annual round–up OF what was hot AT this YEAR’s show Folder: Interactive Issue 63

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Making The Most Of ICT

The dropping of some of the ring–fencing of Standard Fund monies mean that the ICT subject leader may find themselves worse off than before. Terry Freedman suggests ways in which schools with limited resources can still do well as far as ICT is concerned. Folder: Interactive Issue 63

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Bridging The ICT Gender Gap

There is increasing concern, echoed in recent surveys, that fewer girls are seeking careers in IT, creating a gender imbalance within the industry. Jan Green explores the reasons for this and examines what industry and schools can do to redress it. Folder: Interactive Issue 63

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Collective Memory

John Woollard talks about ways of getting pupils out of their seats and collaborating through collective memory activities. Folder: Interactive Issue 63

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Keeping Track Of Part–time Pupils

Sally McKeown reports on how ICT is helping traveller and other short–stay pupils keep up with their education when they are on the move while also keeping them safe from online dangers. Folder: Interactive Issue 63

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A Vital Vigilance

In the first of a series of Behaviour Management columns, Securus Software Limited’s founding director Bill Jenkins suggests ways of protecting pupils from sex offenders. Folder: Interactive Issue 63

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Personalised Learning – The American Way

Glenys Hart looks at how schools in Connecticut, USA, are using ICT to enable individualised personal learning for students thanks to a unique School Enrichment model. Folder: Interactive Issue 63

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Revising Expectations Of E–Learning

How does e–learning work as a revision and practice tool and does it really help to improve students’ exam grades Andrew Range investigates. Folder: Interactive Issue 63

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Revising Online For Free

With the exam season nearly upon us, GCSE and A–level students will be burying themselves in revision for the big day. Barry Lake looks at websites dedicated to helping. Folder: Interactive Issue 63

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Getting To Grips With Information Management

If you’re thinking of changing the management information system you use, or even purchasing one for the first time, Terry Freedman offers some advice on what to look for. Folder: Interactive Issue 63

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Who's Who IN MIS

There seem to be more companies offering schools either complete or partial solutions for managing information than ever. Brian Asbury looks at what’s new from the leading contenders and at who else is in the game. Folder: Interactive Issue 63

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Can We Take It Home

Three–dimensional computer aided design (CAD) is putting the excitement back into the classroom, says Alistair Brook. Folder: Interactive Issue 63

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Reading Between The Lines…

Terry Freedman looks at how Excel lets you manipulate text in a spreadsheet. Folder: Interactive Issue 63

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Putting The Active Back In Interactive

What ICT resources are available to help with teaching and learning of PE and sport Probably more than you’d think, as Simon Whyte discovers.. Folder: Interactive Issue 63

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Projecting Without wires

Wireless connectivity, once a novelty, is becoming increasingly common in schools. But what are the benefits of wireless projectors in the classroom Folder: Interactive Issue 63

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Dickies For The Taking

I find some very strange stuff in my email sometimes. I'm frequently sent press releases, many OF which ARE NOT even remotely relevant TO what I WRITE about IN the pages OF Interactive. Folder: Interactive Issue 63

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