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How to find it 1.www.samlearning.com 2.Centre ID: NE61KE 3.Username: (DOB followed by initials in uppercase) 4.Password: (Same as your username if student has not changed it) Online exam practice and revision material KS4 KS5
Lower and middle attaining students (E – C grades)– 10 hours resulted in an increase of one third of a grade. 30% of these students achieved one grade higher than expected. Source: independent evidence from the Fischer Family Trust Using SAM Learning improves achievement
Higher attaining students (A*/A) – 10 hours resulted in an average increase of 1.8% of a grade. 5% more students than expected achieved 5+ A*/A Grades Source: independent evidence from the Fischer Family Trust Using SAM Learning improves achievement
Source: Impact of e-learning on GCSE results of 165,909 students – Fischer Family Trust, April 2006
How to find it http://www.bbc.co.uk /schools/gcsebitesize Online material for most subjects Revision Subject content Interactive exam practice Games
How to find it 1.www.mymaths.co.uk (Students have their own logon for My Maths – if they cannot remember it, their Maths teacher can remind them or reset it) Online Maths exam practice and revision material KS4 KS5
This is more engaging than some content on SAM Learning, but more foccussed than BBC Bitesize. Maths teachers use My Maths to set homework, but students can choose to revise at any time using this resource. Lesson content and Online Homework (revision) are both available. Homework is automatically marked and students receive generic feedback
Open Office – Free alternative to Microsoft Office – Compatible with PCs or MACs – Will work with Microsoft Office
How to get it http://download.openoffice.org word processing Spreadsheets presentations graphics database
How to save files in Office 2007 for use in school: Click: (top left) Save As 97-2003 We currently use Office 2003, but will probably move to Office 2007 later this school year. There are no compatibility problems between the two.
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