Networks and infrastructures
Software can be considered to be part of a school
The installation of two way satellite at Tatachilla Lutheran College, in the wine growing district of McLaren Vale in South Australia, has enabled the school not only to receive broadband connectivity but has enabled the school to provide wireless broadband access to local businesses and potentially to local home users. This onselling of broadband access assists in funding the technology within the college. This presentation will look at the benefits and outcomes of this project and will outline future developments that will benefit not only the school but also the community.
There is now, an enormous amount of electronic information and dynamic curriculum material available to teachers and students across all subject areas, however teachers of non-computing subjects visit the computer labs VERY INFREQUENTLY. The reason is that it is still, in practice, a difficult task to effectively teach, share information and manage student activities in a computer lab, even for "experts".
CLASS IT software is a giant leap forward in making computer lab management simple and intuitive, for ALL teachers.