Falling into their laptops

19th September 2003 at 01:00
(Photograph) - Whitfield primary pupil Lisa Keogh is helping to pioneer a "personal ICT" project funded under the Scottish Executive's future schools initiative.

Progress will be revealed at next week's SETT show in Glasgow (see ScotlandPlus).

The scheme is particularly useful with "flitters", pupils with short attention spans who lose interest in a set task. Photograph by ALAN RICHARDSON

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