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iTraining | Mac vs PC? »

Nicole Ponsford | Sunday October 23, 2011

Categories: Hot Entries, iTraining, Templates, Budgets, Procurement, Staffroom, Equipment

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There are many reasons why you may choose Macs or PCs as the IT background of your department. You may not have a choice. However, we want to help you if you wish to argue either way for what you think is best for your students, your course and your team.

PC

1. Tech Support - chances are that your IT technicians are PC users in the main. This means that if something goes wrong with your computers / server you will be able to get help - quickly.

2. Many homes will have...

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iTraining | Procurement »

Nicole Ponsford | Sunday October 23, 2011

Categories: Hot Entries, iTraining, Templates, Budgets, Procurement, Staffroom

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How To Propose Procurement to SLT

You have been asked to be a Head of Department. Well done! Now you are middle management and need to get your department together. You have looked at MediaEdu’s iTraining Guides to Planning and Preparing your course. Now you need to resource it. This can be the tricky part as you are going to need to ask for money. Probably a lot. It would be an idea to read the Administration | Budget article and look at the template which goes with it. If...

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iTraining | Budget »

Nicole Ponsford | Sunday October 23, 2011

Categories: Hot Entries, iTraining, Templates, Budgets, Procurement, Staffroom, Equipment

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Finance

There are two ways to look at this:

1. Before the course.

If you are at the start of this, you are in a great position. It may be that the Principal has asked you to set up this course from scratch. You have decided to go with AQA for example. Now what? First things first: money.

2. Once the course has started.

Ok. This is the more realistic of the two. Many teachers get asked to start the course and are too busy looking at specifications / freaking out / tying up...

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