Saturday, 26 May 2007

Software for Learning


It is exciting to see the range of software becomming available free or at low cost. New computer users are quickly learning the basic skills and are eager to expand them.

Wanganui Computers in Homes assisted facilitating a Software for Learning Workshop at Castlecliff School on 17 May 2007. This was for Wanganui's school prinicpals and teachers.
Presenters were Maureen Lambert, Senior Advisor, Ministry of Education (MOE) and Lyn Ross, Wanganui Schools ICT Cluster.

The session focused on the MOE's Software For Learning resource hosted at TKI

This is a fantastic reference for identifying good quality free or low cost software which can be used to expand users capability. All software featured have been evaluated by the MOE.

Wanagnui Computers in Homes families PC's have many of the programmes installed.

Here is a link to a shared document with some of the Open Source programmes which were covered in our session.

Wanganui Computers in Homes schools and families use Atomic Learning Software, an on-line multimedia trainiing site.

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