Extra on the website

11th May 2001 at 01:00
There was so much good information in this feature, that we couldn't fit it all into the limited editorial space available, but all of this is available on the TESOnline website www.tes.co.ukonline This month's extras include Chris Drage writing about how a school can use in-house training to double up its NOFtraining.

Carolyn O'Grady investigates how teachers can get the most out of the Internet for pupils with severe learning difficulties at Meldreth Manor school in Cambridgeshire, which is managed by Scope, a charity which focuses on pople with cerebral palsy.

Kevin Berry looks at Community Development Centres in Cumbria where adults and children learn to conquer their fears of computers and the related technologies.

Jack Kenny offers two pieces: l On Becta's ICTSupport Network, a database of support providers for schools and colleges, which is open to anyone who needs advice or training;

* On how Intel is importing the Teach to the Future project to the UK. This project aims to equip teachers with basic ICT skills.

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