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Nick Falk

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    Having experimented with a couple of VLEs, this does seem to be the one students actually like to use. If it encourages collaborative learning and motivates students - great.
  2. Xplora Knoppix

    A European internet team has developed a new resource for science education. The team from Xplora, the European science education gateway, has developed a DVD - Xplora Knoppix - based on the Linux Debian distribution and completely contained on a self-booting DVD. The Knoppix version is especially mastered for Xplora and contains software applications focused on science education, as well as a number of educational materials from the Xplora repository. As it is open source software it can be given away freely and be copied as well. The Xplora Knoppix release has a multilingual support in English, French, and German. More details here
  3. eTwinning

    This weekend will see maths and science teachers meeting in Prague to explore ways that ICT can be used as a tool for collaborative learning across Europe. This is one of a series of workshops to support the eTwinning project.
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