Issue 10 – Term 3, Aug 2008


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Our survey says…
Thanks to everyone who took part in our reader survey – your feedback has given us plenty to think about. Here’s what we found.CSI in the classroom
The use of electronic evidence has resulted in a new breed of investigator, the forensic computing examiner. Chris Budge and Campbell McKenzie look at some of the issues involved for schools.

Interview: Engaging and exciting
Teachers are losing control and Travis Smith, Assistant Principal at Frankston High in Melbourne couldn’t be happier. Here he talks to INTERFACE about his school’s pioneering use of Tablet PCs.

Projecting the right image
We investigate what makes a data projector a perfect fit for your classroom.

Finding the perfect projector
Minimise the risks and enjoy the benefits of projectors becoming a natural extension of the teacher’s toolset, say Sean O’Sullivan.

Two-minute guide: Google Docs

Touching technology
Braille’s gone hi-tech as mark Tweedale explains.

Creating comic strips
Want to communicate with a difference? Try one of these easy-to-use comic strip creators.

Getting Started
What are ‘left click’ and ‘right click’?

Storing and sharing photos online

Online hosting is an easy way to store, organise and distribute your digital images. If you want to give it a try, here are some things you should know.

From the back of the class
INTERFACE Awards 2008: Call for entries – We want to hear from you!

Case studies 
Data projectors    Rosehill College, Papakura
Prince Alfred College, Adelaide
SketchUp: User-friendly design – Strathallan College, Auckland

Lesson plans
22. Using skrbl
23. World’s largest online vote
24. Colour-coded grammar

Ask the Teacher @ Arrowtown Primary School

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