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Applying for the ICT Mark: Next steps for renewing schools

Renewing schools should update the Self-review Framework. All of the data is stored in the online tool and is available to you in the future as you continue to develop your use of technology, long after the ICT Mark assessment visit.

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Naace Conference 2013 - Confirmed exhibitors

The following companies will be showcasing their products and services at the Naace Conference 2013
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Driving school improvement through Technology

Driving school improvement through Technology
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Advancing Education Autumn 2012

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In this edition of Advancing Education we begin with a fascinating piece from Micheál Ó Dúill on what he terms ‘Turing Teaching’ that presumes the computer rather than the book as the base medium for learning. Very relevant when linked to the BYOT debate. Terry Freedman explores e-safety issues around BYOD/BYOT and matter taken further by David Holden and his team from Tribune Business Systems and also by Earnie Kramer of Lightspeed Systems who offers a 10-point guide for schools. Continuing with the theme of change and the impact of ICT on learning Mark Baker considers how we should take charge of the technological changes while David Kempster explores the impact of iPads at Casllwchwr Primary. The positive impact of educational technologies is amply illustrated by Dr Samuel King in is paper on their use in mathematics teaching and learning. We finish with some short sponsors articles on tablets and mobile learning.
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Membership v Sponsorship

Naace is a community of educators.

Everyone who shares our passion for advancing education through the appropriate use of technology is invited to join Naace - either as per our individual, institutional or corporate membership (which we refer to as the Naace Charitable Sponsorship Programme).
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Normanby Primary School

Normanby Primary School
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Response to the Royal Society’s Call for Evidence on Computing in Schools

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Naace, as the ICT subject association, is pleased to respond to the Royal Society’s call for evidence on computing in school.

Naace shares the Royal Society’s concern about declining numbers studying ICT and computing at GCSE and A-level and beyond, despite young people’s obvious enthusiasm for the creative use of technology. Naace is eager to work with other organisations to ensure the best possible experience of ICT and computing in schools and colleges, just as Naace members are committed to supporting and challenging their colleagues across the education system to use technology in ways that can transform learning for all.
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