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We want to hear your voice! Regional Think Tanks - July 2010

Naace Think Tank - we want to hear your voice!
Regional Naace Think Tanks took place up and down the country in the last two weeks in July. The purpose of these events was to open up discussions and collectively share our thoughts about the future direction of ICT in Education.

Our aim was to work together and plan concise key messages – deciding who needs to hear them and what action we want them to take. Our aim is to build a strategy (and practical products) for defending the place of ICT in Education – and to ensure this is shared with as many people as possible.

Each Think Tank produced a variety of discussions and debates - many of which were centered around the pre-set questions below:
• ICT IS Important - Do we agree? Why and how is it important?
• What do we need to do?
• What are our Key Messages? (The USP of ICT in a learning environment)
• Who are the audience? And who needs to hear what?
• What do we want those who hear our message to do? How do we provoke this reaction?
• Building a Strategy (and Practical Products) for defending the place of ICT in Education - What should it include?
• Naace is about community - how can we build the effectiveness of that community so that our VOICE is heard and effective?

All attendees were asked to come prepared to share a one or two minute (max) nano presentation using any one of the above questions as a theme for that presentation. If you would like to share your presentation with Naace members please contact

Naace Think Tanks took place throughout July at three locations:
Wednesday 21st July – Bradford - Challenge CLC
Monday 26th July – Bristol Region - Ramada Bristol City
Wednesday 28th July – London Region - Scholastic , Euston


Classroom Quality Standards for gifted and talented education

young boy on a laptop - click for full size image
The Classroom Quality Standards (CQS) provide a universal, classroom level, self-evaluation tool to support schools in improving provision for their more able, gifted and talented pupils.
Following this consultation, revised versions will be provided on CD-ROMs and made available free to all schools. Here is Naace's response.

Anson Primary School

Anson Primary School

About Naace

Find the answers to all your questions here... What is Naace? What are its aims? Who are we? What do we stand for? What do we offer our Members? and of course, how to join us.


Naace and TLM have developed formal qualifications in Open Systems Computing which have been validated by Ofqual. Please note, this article is also posted on the TLM website here.

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."

EYFS, Key Stage 1 and Key Stage 2 ICT Framework

Launched at the Naace Conference 2012, the proposals for a Key Stage 1 and Key Stage 2 ICT curriculum were discussed at the Curriculum Symposium held at the Naace Conference on 9 March 2012. These have now been developed and form part of the ICT Framework.

Naace Strategic Conference 2013 - Speakers

Confirmed speakers for Naace Strategic Conference 2014


Naace works with EVERYONE who shares our passion to advance education through the appropriate use of technology - We are a charity, a community of educators, technologists and policy makers who share a vision for the role of technology in advancing teaching and learning. Our members include teachers, school leaders, advisors and consultants working within and across all phases of UK education. Commercial businesses like yours may become Naace Sponsoring Partners.

The Naace Charitable Sponsorship Programme provides you with an opportunity to support a truly independent association, that seeks to build an even stronger community voice that in turn enables us to influence policy for the benefit of ALL involved in technology in education.

Using the Mobi View at The Sydney Russell School, Dagenham

A case study of the Mobi View hand-held intractive whiteboard from einstruction innuse at The Sydney Russell School, Dagenham.
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