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Mac V PC in school

Discussion in 'Art and design' started by MrDraw, Jul 25, 2011.

  1. <font size="2">i have worked with mac for the past 7 years during uni and practicing artist and am just starting my PGCE I have taught in a school for 18 months (very small EBD school) were only the music department had use of macs.</font><font size="2"> </font><font size="2">but are they more extensively used in other school?</font><font size="2"> </font><font size="2">will i need to have use of a PC laptop? :S</font>
  2. artcrisis

    artcrisis New commenter

    The vast majority of schools use Windows. There have been comparability issues with Macs and existing school networks. In the City Learning Centres (well the ones they have not yet closed down) it tends to be dual boot.
  3. artcrisis

    artcrisis New commenter

    Compatability: correction.
  4. <font size="2">ha yes indeed, i did spend a particularly long time last year making food tech worksheets!! took ages to get it right!! then spend ages making colouring pupil friendly levels in maths </font>

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