Disk jockey

20th October 2000 at 01:00
With increasing use of information and communication technology in the classroom, it is difficult to keep a record of children's computer work. I have found it useful to provide each child with a computer disk at the beginning of the year (just like giving a ne book) and showing them how to store all their work and research on their disk.

This is instructive in itself, and provides a well presented piece of work at the end of the year. The disks themselves can be re-used.

Sharon Fisher, Sheffield

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