Shielding teachers

15th August 2003 at 01:00
In my article which you published in The TES Scotland on August 1, "Behold geeks bearing gifts", you did cut a rather important point at the end of the paragraph on interoperability.

This referred to the fact that the project team on Innovative Teaching and Learning Environments for Schools (ITALES) at Learning and Teaching Scotland are hard at work producing tools so that teachers can be shielded from very many of the complexities described.

John McDougall Lochan Avenue Dunoon

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