A wider take on the value of technology

3rd February 2012 at 00:00

The letters from Julie Constantine, John Pearce and Glenn Booth (27 January) show that there are now two kinds of school in the UK. One can only feel sad for teachers in schools where the impact of technology is not seen daily. I recommend that teachers in these schools look at what is happening in those that do understand the impact of ICT by viewing the videos from the first 16 schools to gain the Third Millennium Learning Award. http:www.naace.co.ukthirdmillenniumlearningaward

Roger Broadie, Independent consultant, Halifax.

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