Peter Rudd, Louise Dartnell
01 October 2003
Could you do with some help in devising new lesson plans, drawing up a work scheme, or identifying examples of good practice in literacy or numeracy teaching? Help is at hand, because there are now many websites that can assist with all of these tasks and more.
But how do you locate the specific information you need within the huge, rapidly developing mass of school improvement information that is now available on the internet? This report will help by:
- identifying 50 of the most useful school improvement-related websites
- categorising these sites in terms of different aspects of school improvement
- explaining how the information contained in these sites can help.
This unique report goes considerably beyond the usual 'list of useful links'. For example, to assist with decisions about the relevance and suitability of the website, it is divided into a number of sections, reflecting some of the main dimensions or areas of school improvement work, such as monitoring and assessment, curriculum and resources, ICT and identifying and sharing good practice.