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Information from our speakers at Bett 2016

More information from our speakers at Bett 2016
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Individual Membership

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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3rd Millennium Learning Award: Register and join

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Third Millennium Learning Award- Register
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Assessment Resources

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Along with increased freedom and flexibility for their curriculum design, the 2014 English National Curriculum provides increased scope for schools to adopt an assessment system that works for them. In a world without DfE-led levels, the resources shared by our members will give teachers and schools some concrete examples as they consider their own approach to the assessment of Computing.

Some resources are freely available, whilst others are part of commercial packages. Some provide an approach which reflects the world of levels from which we are moving, whilst others provide criteria-based assessment. All have taken into careful consideration all of the Computing content in the English National Curriculum.

Choose the resources that are most appropriate for your own school and - as you would for an "off the shelf" curriculum package - adapt to meet the needs of your own school, giving due acknowledgment to those who have kindly shared their work with our community.

Files can be downloaded from the bottom of this page and links have been included to sources within the table below.

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The Future of Technology in our Schools: What Next?

The Future of Technology in our Schools: What Next?

Naace was delighted to partner with The Policy Exchange to consider 'The Future of Technology - What next?'

This invitation only event, on the morning of Thursday 8 September, kicked off the autumn term with a flourish as eminent speakers gathered in London to share their wisdom and engage policymakers, the press and a wider audience in a lively debate about the Future of Technology in our schools. With support from Naace Sponsoring Partners - BESA, Intel, Pearson and Wyse - Naace hopes to establish a clear rationale for ensuring that policymakers are well briefed about the value, impact and cost efficiency of technology use in schools.

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Sexting Guidance from CEOP and Securus

New guidance to help schools deal with incidents of 'sexting' - the sharing of explicit pictures or video through mobile phones and the internet - has been published this week.

This has been prepared in collaboration with the NAHT, the DfE, Medway Council, the Lucy Faithfull Foundation and SWFfL.
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Measuring Attainment & Progress of Learners in Europe (MAPLE) project

Measuring Attainment and Progress of Learners in Europe project - Baseline Testing
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Brave New World School Competition winners

Following the success of the Next Generation Empowering Learning Competition 2010 and the great feedback we’ve received from schools across the UK, this year again we’re inviting schools in 3 categories (Early Years& KS1, KS2 and KS3) to design artwork for the Naace Strategic Conference Magazine.
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The theme for this year's Competition is: Brave New World: Changing Times in Education
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Getting to Grips with the 2014 Computing Curriculum

Getting to Grips with the 2014 Computing Curriculum
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Naace Strategic Conference 2015 - Conference Speakers

Details of the Keynote Speakers on Thursday 26 March at the Naace Strategic Conference 2015
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