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Latest issue of Prep School magazine – read it online now April 27, 2012

Posted by Jonathan Barnes, editor in Independent Education, Magazines, New releases.
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We’re pleased to introduce the new issue of Prep School magazine. The 74th edition is now available as an e-zine and printed copies will be sent out to schools and subscribers shortly.

The summer issue has a focus on IT and the technological innovations that schools are using to enhance learning in the classroom.

It also features a wealth of topics and opinion from leading educators in the prep and junior school world – including a strong defence of the traditional library.

In her introduction, editor Michèle Claire Kitto writes: ‘In this issue of Prep School we are showcasing some exciting ways of using ICT to enhance teaching and learning. From iPads to ‘flipped classrooms’ – where instruction is delivered online outside lessons thus freeing classroom time for collaborative work and practice – you are out there discovering new ways of engaging your pupils. As part of our ICT focus, we also look at ways to keep your students safe while making full use of online resources and learning methods.

‘To complement our ICT theme we also have articles on marketing, classroom behaviour and art, history and outdoor education. If all that leaves you needing more, find out how to make your school the Range Rover of the prep school world, or why children don’t seem to listen any more.’

To read the new issue online now, go to www.prepschoolmag.co.uk

Prep School is published three times a year. The next issue – due out in the autumn – will mark the 25th anniversary of the magazine. Potential contributors can contact Michèle at editor@prepschoolmag.co.uk while advertisers can get in touch with Madeleine Anderson at manderson@johncatt.com.

To subscribe to Prep School magazine, please visit our bookshop.



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