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These examples show how teachers have embedded technology into the curriculum for the benefit of learning.


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Learner entitlement to ICT

Pupils should be given opportunities to apply and develop their ICT capability to support their learning in all subjects.

Collaborative work on Shakespeare

How using a wiki helped students to understand the characters in Shakespeare's A Midsummer Night's Dream.

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How students used a geometry software program to generate their own examples of circles and triangles.


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Inspiring learners

13 January 2010

"A key benefit of technology is that it opens up "process" aspects of the curriculum with it's potential for discovery learning. It allows the student with access to a computer (and increasingly a handheld device) the opportunity to uncover information for themselves and crucially the links between learning."

Posted on 15 January in the Learning platforms community.

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