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John Simkin

ICT Advice in Secondary Magazine

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June 2005

ICT Advice in Secondary Magazine is available to view online. All links are written out in full at the end of this message.

In this publication you'll find a range of guidance, support and inspiration for using and embedding ICT in subject teaching and across the school. As well as a section for general news and developments, there is a Focus on... area containing articles, reviews and events for most curriculum subjects.

Highlights of the spring/summer term issue:

News

The ICT Route Map - an initiative involving Becta and partner organisations - will support schools' development and effective use of ICT

Get Teachers' TV - a service designed for teachers, with discounts available on digital television services

DfES ESTUICT project - free ICT training resources for teachers

Focus on...

Business and economics: Issues faced by teachers when they attempt to adopt interactive learning technologies (ILT)

Design and technology: A pilot study showing how D&T coursework can be assessed electronically

Geography: A look at how geography department intranets can form a framework for structured teaching and learning

History: News of a European initiative for history and ICT, together with a request for help in identifying 'the e-confident history department'

ICT: Features on using ICT with disaffected students, and an interesting ICT garden project

Mathematics: Ideas for generating time-distance curves, new interactive whiteboard resources, and a report on a QCA project combining concepts in algebra and geometry

MFL: Two articles offering school exchange ideas, and one looking at teaching languages to students with learning difficulties

Music: An outline of three musical projects - the National Music Management Group, Musical Futures, and Radiowaves

RE: How one school takes its pupils to the movies to stimulate theological discussion

Science: An invitation to join some science communities, pointers to resources for NQTs and heads of science, and ideas for teaching Brownian motion

In most areas you'll also find reviews of useful products, publications, websites and other resources, as well as a listing of some relevant events.

ICT Advice in Secondary Magazine is only available to view online, but you can download or print a copy by clicking on the Print Friendly button at the bottom of the web page. (Please see Becta ICT Advice copyright statement.)

Links in this document

ICT Advice in Secondary Magazine online: http://www.ictadvice.org.uk/index.php?sect...icteditionid=11

Becta ICT Advice copyright statement: http://www.ictadvice.org.uk/index.php?sect...tcode=copyright

Email ICT Advice e-publications: ictadvice-epublications@becta.org.uk

ICT Advice subscriptions: http://www.ictadvice.org.uk/subscribe

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