Get back on hi-tech track

9th June 2006 at 01:00
A new scheme could help primary teachers who have taken a career break cope with classroom technology when they return.

The school-based programme has been developed by staff at Parish primary, Croydon. The 10-week course helps participants deal with technological innovations such as online whiteboards and government initiatives, such as the national academy for gifted and talented pupils.

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