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Issue INT.65

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The buck stops ... where?

A recent survey conducted by email specialists Mirapoint on the state of ICT awareness in education found that over 80 per cent of the teachers they surveyed would like internet safety to become part of the National Curriculum. Folder: Interactive Issue 65

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News

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The Future Is On Its Way

Keith Phipps MBE, a member of the Birmingham Building Schools for the Future steering committee, tells us what to expect from the investment being made to update our schools. Folder: Interactive Issue 65

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The Pros And Cons Of Training Online

Samm Kweku Richardson looks at the benefits and drawbacks that schools may encounter when considering using web–based courses to meet staff training needs. Folder: Interactive Issue 65

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Making The Right Choice

Jamie Bayliss advises readers on what to look for when choosing an online service. Folder: Interactive Issue 65

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Monitoring For Improvement

In the third in his series of behaviour management columns, Bill Jenkins of Securus Software suggests ways that monitoring PC use can improve behaviour. Folder: Interactive Issue 65

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Blogging On For Better Writing

Blogging – the creation of online journals or weblogs can be a valuable aid in improving pupils’ literacy and communications skills, especially in those pupils who normally find writing difficult, as John Mills explains.

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An Investment In The Future

The Communication Aids Project may have ended, but specialist charities are carry on its work by providing local authorities with ICT services for disabled children. Folder: Interactive Issue 65

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Pulling Out The Wires – Putting In The Security

Wireless local area networks (WLANs) are seen as the future of school networks but, argues John Pepper, security is the dish of the day. Folder: Interactive Issue 65

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The Enemy Within

School and local authority network managers are facing increasing levels of threats to their network security – often from where they least expect it. Keith Baker explores the issue and looks at the best approach to school network security. Folder: Interactive Issue 65

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Part Two: Teaching And Learning

The second of six special sections sponsored by Capita Education Services aimed at helping schools to use ICT to achieve their long–term improvement goals. This issue: Teaching and learning. Folder: Interactive Issue 65

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Whiteboards In Hong Kong

Caroline Sweeney reports on how the introduction of interactive whiteboards enables ICT to become embedded into the fabric of teaching and learning in the classrooms of international schools. Folder: Interactive Issue 65

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Visiting Virtual Museums

Colin Hynson takes a look at some of the virtual exhibitions which museums have put together online to benefit those who are unable to visit them physically, or just to whet your appetite for the real thing. Folder: Interactive Issue 65

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ICT Maths Success

Nick Austin of TEEM looks at some of the many resources, both on CD–ROM and web–based, for teaching mathematics at secondary level. Folder: Interactive Issue 65

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Mapping With ICT

Visual thinking and learning tools such as mind mapping and concept mapping are making an impact in today’s classrooms. Mark Oronzio explains what the concept is, how it is helping students and how ICT is taking it to new levels. Folder: Interactive Issue 65

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Communication By Design

Mike Phillips is creative director of Paperhorse, a children’s communication business based in Bath, who have been working with aid agency Send a Cow to design the charity’s website. Folder: Interactive Issue 65

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Technology In The Wild

For a group of Year 9 students last year, a unique science camp in the Lake District allowed the natural world to meet high technology head–on to provide an action–packed learning experience. Folder: Interactive Issue 65

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A Tale Of Tablets

This issue’s Buyer’s Guide looks at graphics tablets, explains what they are and what they can be used for, and weighs up just a few of the many models currently on the market. Folder: Interactive Issue 65

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Reviews

The latest in educational software reviewed. Folder: Interactive Issue 65

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The Sheer Hell Of ST.Terrapin's

End Routine speculates on how different a classic series of film comedies about a notorious girls’ school might be if updated to fit in with the Communication Age… Folder: Interactive Issue 65

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