Early Days for Primary Platforms ; COMPUTERS IN SCHOOLS ++ Virtual Learning Environments Have Taken off in Secondary and Tertiary Education. but Are They Suitable for Primary Schools? Laura Smith Reports
Smith, Laura, The Independent (London, England)
There was a time when parents waved their children goodbye at the school gates and didn't have much idea what they were up to until the end of the day. Letters home about homework or school trips could languish in the bottom of school bags and the only time mothers and fathers heard about how their little darlings were really doing was at parents' evening.
New technology means parents can now track everything from whether their children are on time for lessons to what marks they are getting by accessing school information online. Nowhere is this change being felt more than in schools that have implemented virtual learning environments.
A virtual learning …
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Publication information: Article title: Early Days for Primary Platforms ; COMPUTERS IN SCHOOLS ++ Virtual Learning Environments Have Taken off in Secondary and Tertiary Education. but Are They Suitable for Primary Schools? Laura Smith Reports. Contributors: Smith, Laura - Author. Newspaper title: The Independent (London, England). Publication date: March 1, 2007. Page number: 12. © 2009 The Independent - London. Provided by ProQuest LLC. All Rights Reserved.
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