In an earlier post I quoted the “Aha!” moment of one of the teachers that I work with. She has put the computers at the point of learning and in her case this means on the desks where the student sit in her class. This is a direct response to the kind argument that David Jakes makes in his slide show which I featured in a June post. The feed back from Maureen is that this simple act of moving the computers from the isolation point of the wall at the back of the room to where the students sit has had an immediate and dramatic effect upon the students’ learning and engagement with the tasks set. The images below demonstrate how this is working in Maureen’s class. Maureen has now requested from me the e-learning planning templates that I have developed in order that she can better plan to integrate a wider spectrum of meaningful e-learning interventions into her term 4 planning. I for one can not wait to get back to her class to see how her students are flourishing under their new layout.