News Tagged 'Professional development'

Webinars to Help Teachers with Digital Storytelling

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K12logoDigital storytelling is becoming a huge part of the school curriculum with the advance of the use of mobile devices. This coming Saturday, 28th of February, Simple Ks2 are running a set of webinars to help teachers with digital storytelling! Even after then event, you can access the recordings, so they may also be useful CPD for another time.

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QuickStart Computing a CPD Toolkit for Teachers

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CASQuickStart Computing is a comprehensive CPD toolkit for primary teachers in the UK. It is a set of resources that addresses the computing subject knowledge and the pedagogy teachers need in order to plan, teach and assess the primary computing curriculum.

This website is a resource to help teachers deliver the new computing curriculum with confidence, it has been created ...

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Free E-safety Conference – 3rd of July 2014

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Free E-safety ConferenceBREAKING NEWS

Child Internet Safety (CIS) are holding a free E-Safety Conference on the 3rd of July 2014.

If you are responsible for the online safety of children in your school, workplace or constabulary, book your place to attend this summit. Delegate places are FREE for teachers who bring along ...

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ICT in Primary Education: Transforming children’s learning across the curriculum

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IICT in Primary Education: CT in Primary Education is undergoing a massive change this year. Anyone not feeling confident about the changes, may enjoy doing this free course: “Teachers and policymakers working in all sectors of education now recognise the importance and value of technology for learning and teaching. The Institute of Education, University of ...

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Writing – Shed some Light on it

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Writing - Shed some Light on itWriting – Shed some Light on it is a conference being run by the creator of The Literacy Shed. The focus of the day will be to use visual literacy and other engaging resources to encourage writing. There will be something for all teachers on this one day conference including: