The bigger picture

9th May 2003 at 01:00
Taking a single image and exploring it in class can bring all kinds of insights. This was the spur for the National Gallery's Take One Picture course for primary teachers. Now its new media team (with sponsorship from the Alliance amp; Leicester) has taken the concept one step further with its Take One Picture web service for primary teachers (there is also a linked exhibition of work by primary children, inspired by Uccello's "Saint George and the Dragon", which opened last week).

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