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Naace Communities is the place to meet like minded professionals who have opted to join this active community of practice. If you are looking for support, guidance, mentoring, banter or debate then you are sure to find it here. Setup or refresh your profile today!
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Naace KS3 ICT Framework

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Update 12th April: In addition to the full draft, the Naace ICT Framework has been developed in response to the recent curriculum consultations.

Update 11th May: A revised version of the Naace ICT Framework and the more detailed KS3 document has now been added to this page.

We invite all Naace members to consider this draft and to make comment - this is a community project. If you would like to be involved in the community group discussion please email aga.kelly@naace.co.uk who will invite you into the discussion. Alternatively members can simply log in to see and make comments on this page directly.

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The Byron Review: response from Naace

Naace has already responded to questions in Chapter 3 of the DCSF Staying Safe consultation. In that response we stated: While we recognise that vulnerable children and young people need to be protected and need to learn how they can protect themselves, it is our view that good practice in the safe use of communication technologies should apply to all children in all educational settings. In the context of the Byron Review, we would extend this statement to include the home and other places where children use technology. In our submission to the Byron Review we have focussed on specific questions which most closely match the experience and expertise of our members.
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Third Millennium Learning Award: Further information

Link to http://www.naace.co.uk/2032

Third Millennium Learning Award: Further information


This page contains further information and guidance for schools undertaking the Award.
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Self-review Framework online tool

This powerful online tool offers you a structured route for reviewing and improving your school's use of technology. It is available to all maintained and independent schools and academies both in the UK and internationally.

Here are some screenshots that will give you a feel for what the tool offers.
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Tablets

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As tablets become an increasingly attractive option for schools who are seeking to develop their use of technology to enhance learnng across the curriculum, Naace brings together a range of different resources, research and links to support those who are considering their use.

And a quick question - are you using or would you like to use printers with your mobile technologies? Let us know what you think, please!
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Programming with Scratch Software: The benefits for year six learners

This paper considers the benefits of Computer Science to the individual and specifically the benefits to Year Six children of using Scratch software (Scratch, ca. 2007). It is based on case studies of the software being introduced to classes in three schools in May and June 2013.
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Staying Safe: consultation responses from Naace

Naace will be responding in due course to the Byron Review following consultation with Members. At this stage we are pleased to relay the Association’s views in response to questions in Chapter 3 of Staying Safe. While we recognise that vulnerable children and young people need to be protected and need to learn how they can protect themselves, it is our view that good practice in the safe use of communication technologies should apply to all children in all educational settings.
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How Technology Inspires Creativity in the Classroom

Creative children need technology. Nadia Hyeong explains how tablet and smartphone devices in the classroom can inspire creativity.
Image courtesy of Tuchodi of Flickr
Image courtesy of Tuchodi of Flickr
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What does Naace do?

Naace membership is open to any person who is able to contribute to the achievement of its primary aim: to advance education through the appropriate use of technology. Applications are welcome from anyone who shares the aim of the Association.
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