Online support for better learning

27th August 2004 at 01:00
Learning and Teaching Scotland kicked off a campaign last week to promote its online service. It is an early sign that Bernard McLeary, its new chief executive, intends to share the organisation's expertise as widely as possible.

"We want educational practitioners to know what LT Scotland can do for them," Mr McLeary said. "We have the expertise to support schools, teachers and local authorities in providing good education services for children and parents."

The online service, under its "find support for better learning" strapline, unveiled a makeover last Thursday and promises to be easier to use and keen to improve.

It offers 30 websites with teaching materials and accounts of classroom practice, ranging from National Qualifications to inclusive education. It also hosts key national developments such as the National Grid for Learning, the National Priorities in Education, Parentzone and Scottish Schools Online.

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