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3rd Millennium Learning Award- the school Award videos

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The Third Millennium Learning Award: the school Award videos


The aim of the 3rd Millennium Learning Award is to enable schools to demonstrate how they are providing an education fit for the 21st century. It celebrates schools' achievements in creating an environment and curriculum that stimulate more and better learning, making full use of the opportunities presented by technology.

Naace hopes and expects that by sharing the experiences of schools that the extent and quality of 3rd Millennium Learning and the significantly raised achievement of pupils that results will spread and grow.
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Reflections on the Victorian classroom

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The idea that the model of state education has changed little since Victorian times has been around in education technology circles for some years. Mark Baker considers whether it remains true today.
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Doug Dickinson

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Advancing Education Summer 2015

In this edition of Advancing Education we bring you a somewhat eclectic mix of articles. Bob Harrison’s offers his views on the development of ETAG and also on the curriculum asking Why is ICT teaching "dull and boring". We also bring you an interesting use of board games at Shaw Wood Academy where they are used to support teaching of the fundamentals of coding together with an in depth evaluation of use of the Show My Homework online homework package by Dr Christina Preston and colleagues. This reveals that simple, focused use of technology can really enhance and coordinate practice across a school – well worth a read. In addition we have a fascinating piece from Keiron Sparrowhawk of MyCognition demonstrating the role of his innovative tools for cognitive assessment and training for SEN pupils.
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Miles Berry

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E-safety Quiz - win fantastic prizes from Sumdog

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As part of Naace's celebrations of the Safer Internet Day on Tue 8th February 2011, we are inviting you to take part in a short E-safet quiz and be in with a chance to win fantastic prizes.
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Why come to Naace 2012

Why come to Naace 2012
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What are the biggest challenges facing BYOD and BYOT in education?

Naace would like to invite you to share your views and comments on the very current topic of Bring Your Own Device...

What do you think are the key issues for schools?

We start the discussion with an introduction from ICT advocate and education veteran Bill How. In his position as a Learning Technologies Consultant with Intel®, Bill has been running a teacher training pilot for Intel during the past months under the title 'Transforming Learning with 1:1'. Using lessons from the pilot as well as past work he has put together this article on the challenges facing BYOD in education. He underlines the importance of cultural shifts in bringing about a new understanding of technology in the classroom and explains how this shift, coupled with teacher training and support, has the potential to evolve school policies, pedagogical practices and resources.

Naace members and other colleagues are invited to join in to the discussion, the outcomes of which will be shared at the Naace Annual Conference 2013, which is taking place on the 7-8th March at the Marriott Hotel in Leicester.

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Agile Digital Age Pedagogy for Teachers: ADAPT

Karl Royle and Jasmina Nikolic explore the messy fringe, digital transformation, agile pedagogies and human capability approaches in formal education.
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