News Tagged 'ICT'

Different Ways of Using QR Codes in the Classroom

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Different ways of using QR Codes in the classroomQR codes are playing ever bigger roles in education as more and more children are able to access them on a huge range of devices.

Sites to Make QR Codes

QR Stuff. This is my personal favourite QR code site where you can make a colour QR code; making it is easy to catalogue them, or set up ...

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Gooseberry Planet E-Safety App

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Gooseberry Planet E-safety App
Gooseberry Planet is a fun game app that’s designed for children to play, whilst teaching them about being safe on-line. The game covers: emails, privacy settings, stranger danger, cyber-bullying, posting selfies and much more.

Throughout the game children will navigate through each of the four levels, playing out real life situations as they go. In ...

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Digital Citizenship Starter Kit

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Digital Citizenship Starter KitCommon Sense Media and Remind have combined to create a Digital Citizenship Starter Kit aimed at schools ( download from the link below). The publication is set in bands for different age groups and it is basically a week long course for pupils and their parents. It comprises of  school / home exercises to encourage good online ...

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21 Things 4 Students

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21_things_4_students21 Things 4 Students is a project created as an educational and online resource to help students improve their technology proficiency as they prepare for success in the 21st century. The development of this resource came at the request of teachers, using the initial 21things4teachers.net  site.

 

Project Goals (2010-15)

  • Provide 21st century resources which are engaging and fun for teaching and learning with educational ...

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Code Kingdoms Teaches Code through Gaming

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Code Kingdoms teach code through a gameCode Kingdoms  teaches code through gaming! The application is designed to help children to learn how to code by teaching JavaScript, little by little, through gaming. The company aims to teach children aged between six and 13 the basics of computer science and programming through the JavaScript they encounter and use in the games they build and  uses ...

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