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123ICT-Oxford Brookes Scratch for Key Stage 2 Seminar

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Once again we had a full house for our Digital Learning Seminar at Oxford Brookes School of Education on June 11th 2014.

In preparation for the new Computing Curriculum the focus this term was on Scratch for Key Stage 2. This was a hands on seminar, working through examples of how schools can teach programming in a fun and engaging way.  We also discussed activity planning to support skills progression.

Feedback from delegates:

“Friendly, easy going teacher.  Good opportunity for exploration & discrete ...

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Scratch for Key Stage 2 Seminar

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SCRATCH FOR KEY STAGE 2 SEMINAR

Wednesday June 11th 1.30 – 4pm

This is the next in the program of 123ICT-School of Education Digital Learning Seminars taking place at Oxford Brookes Harcourt Hill Campus.

Following the success of our previous Hands-On Seminar, by popular demand our next seminar will focus on Scratch for Key Stage 2.  As schools gear up for the new computing curriculum many of you ...

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E-Learning for Primary Teachers

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E-Learning for Primary Teachers

 

 

 

E-Learning for Primary Teachers – a step-by-step guide to improving teaching and learning in your classroom has just been published as an E-Book and can downloaded from the Continue Reading →

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Free Training on the New Computing Curriculum

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Hopscotch and iPad Game making appFree training on the new Computing Curriculum is being offered as a Futurelearn MOOC (Massive Open On-line Course) by the University of East Anglia.

The course is entitled Teaching Computing, it begins on the 3rd of February and is focused on supporting primary and secondary teachers on how to tackle the new Computing curriculum.  It is ...

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123ICT Digital Learning Seminars

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Last term saw the launch of our digital learning seminars in partnership with Oxford Brookes. The October session on E- Safety was well attended and the feedback we received from teachers was very positive. Alison has collated the notes and website links from the seminar and this information can be found on pages 3 and 4 of this terms’ newsletter.

Please note November’s Digital Learning Seminar on the new Computing Curriculum is now fully booked but we look forward to seeing ...

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