BETT Award 2008 Finalist

Roger Frost's organic chemistry was selected from hundreds of resources to become a BETT Awards 2008 finalist

Colin Penfold of UK government agency Becta explains about the awards, "These awards recognise excellent work to harness the power of technology in education."

Ray Barker, Director of BESA added, “The finalists have all been able to demonstrate technical excellence and appropriate functionality.”

Who judges?
This government funded award is distinguished by a rigorous selection process where entries must be endorsed by practitioners, evaluated technically and chosen by a panel of 50 teachers and advisers.

What does finalist mean?
A finalist must be outstanding in what it does. The post-16 category included a business simulation; a web for business studies and a BBC computer tutorial. Organic Chemistry was the only science resource selected.

Does this mean that mean organic chemistry is good?
Organic chemistry was written by Roger Frost and produced by multimedia experts, WHBS. Organic Chemistry is recognised by experts as outstanding.

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