The curse of the eLCs?

10th March 2006 at 00:00
They say the UK has the best educational software market in the world, but for how much longer? Are electronic learning credits (eLCs) and the BBC Jam (formerly its Digital Curriculum) undermining the achievements of recent years? George Cole explores the discontent in our Web Extras section at

* And what about whiteboards? A report from the University of Newcastle found no evidence of learning gains through whiteboard use, but plenty of engagement and pleasure. The report's author, Steve Higgins, puts it in his own words at Web Extras:

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