Teachers agree laptops improves education in BETT survey

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More than 80 per cent of teachers think a laptop enhances learning, and more than 90 per cent said one would cut their administrative workload, a survey of BETT show attendees commissioned by Toshiba indicated.

Laptops for Teachers: http:lft.ngfl.gov.ukTransforming The Way We Learn can be read at: www.dfes.gov.ukictfutures

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