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Interactive issue 66 Editorial

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Interactive News

Interactive News

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Technical transformation

Profound changes have taken place in schools and communities in South Yorkshire thanks to an EU funded project. Barry Philips reports

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Rapid reading

Dee Reid explains how Rapid, Heinemann’s innovative new series of resources for special needs reading at Key Stage 2, works and its potential benefits

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A Flash in the pan or a recipe for success?

This case study looks into how Priory Woods School has effectively used Macromedia Flash to help pupils with severe or profound learning difficulties, by creating a highly accessible website

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Changing classrooms

This case study looks at how WebEx has increased classroom time for Wigan pupils with medical needs

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The digital divide – and why it won’t go away

Valerie Thompson of the e-Learning Foundation examines the growing digital divide between those children who can take advantage of online learning resources that schools are providing for access at home, and those who are still unable to do so

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STRATEGIC LEADERSHIP SUPPLEMENT

This is the third in a series of features produced in conjunction with Capita Education Services which, combined together, will provide schools with a comprehensive plan of action to achieve their long-term improvement goals.

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Podcast my class!

Tegrity and Blackboard bring enhanced Podcasting to American colleges and universities nationwide

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Perfect pictures

With copyright restricting the images available for use by teachers and students, Colin Hynson highlights a range of websites containing pictures that can be legally downloaded for educational purposes

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Ahead of the game?

Alan Carpenter explains how it could be ‘game over’ for negative attitudes towards digital game-based learning

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Video clips save science lessons

Award-winning teacher, Baldav Singh shares his science success secrets

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The science of ICT

While changes are afoot in the science curriculum, there is undoubtedly an increase in the use of ICT in this subject. David Tymm explores the potential benefits of this to students

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Adding up the benefits of a new support network for mathematics teachers

With mathematics becoming an increasingly unpopular subject to study and teach could the establishment of the National Centre for Excellence in the Teaching of Mathematics provide the right answer to this problem?

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Control technology

Simon Elledge explains how a partnership project between Wandsworth CLC and Roland UK has explored new approaches to solving the problems typically created when using control technology

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Reviews

Notate Reviewer: Adrian Porter Ridiculous Rhymes V2 Reviewer: Marion Archer Birchfield Lesson Kits for English Reviewer: Sarah Casey

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Safely surfing at school

Type ‘bored at school’ into your web browser and the chances are that the top option it will deliver will be www.boredatschool.net Click through and you will find yourself on the homepage of an anonymous proxy service, which allows you to browse the Web privately.

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