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What's hot...and what's not??

Discussion in 'Computing and ICT' started by madsahatter, Sep 14, 2011.

  1. We have been told that we have an opportunity to obtain some money for new equipment; can anybody give me any idea of what constitutes cutting edge nowadays?
    What is in use in schools at the moment in terms of new hardware or software?
    Is there anything that you feel has been vital to the successful teaching of the OCR Nationals syllabus? We are doing Units 1, 2, 4, 20, 21,23.
    Or is there something that you feel has been succesful in capturing the imagination in KS3?
    Any ideas would be welcomed.
    Many Thanks
  2. Our last purchases, hopefully this will help:
    Digital Cameras, imitation-Flip HD video cameras, Webcams, Card Readers, Teach Yourself and other branded books that are easy to follow and have screenshots in for pupils to follow, some OCR books from Pearson but they are the old syllabus, cheap android tablet.
    Software nothing bought, but installed Sketchup, FSCapture, Audacity, Scratch, CamStudio.

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