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Wes Jefferson

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Press Release - Schools must take the lead in helping young people deal with online dangers - 22nd August 2013

The new esafety briefing from Ofsted highlights why schools should take the lead on esafety. Naace can see clearly how some schools are successfully helping their pupils stay safe. These schools engage the young people in the esafety process and they ensure school systems are not 'locked down', so that pupils can gain experience of how to stay safe online when not in school. The Ofsted briefing reflects this saying "Pupils were more vulnerable overall when schools used locked down systems because they were not given enough opportunities to learn how to assess and manage risk for themselves."
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Press Release - A High standard in English AND Digital Literacy - 2nd September 2013

Today's announcement by the DfE that students not reaching grade C in English will have to continue studying it to age 18 reflects what we all know, good literacy is vital. What the DfE does not then go on to say is how schools can best help all their pupils to achieve grade C.
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Catherine Marks

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Background to NMSP and quality assurance

Where did this scheme come from?
Tell me more about quality assurance and its scope.
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Naace Conference 2012 Exhibitors

Here are the current list of exhibitors for 2012. Watch out for more additions as the event draws near.
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Casllwchwr Primary School

Casllwchwr Primary School
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Strategic Conference Terms and Conditions

Please read the terms and conditions very carefully before agreeing to attend/exhibit at this event

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The Principles of Educational Robotic Applications (ERA): A framework for understanding and developing educational robots and their activities

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The original educational robots were the Logo Turtles. They derived their rationale from constructionism. How has this changed? This paper postulates ten principles that underpin the effective utilisation of robotic devices within education settings. We argue that they form a framework still sympathetic to constructionism that can guide the development, application and evaluation of educational robots. They articulate a summary of the existing knowledge as well as suggesting further avenues of research that may be shared by educationists and designers. The principles also provide an evaluative framework for Educational Robotic Applications (ERA). This paper is an overview of the ideas, which we will develop in future papers.

This paper was first published at Constructionism 2012.
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