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Group 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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Naace Strategic Conference 2015 - Conference Speakers

Details of the Keynote Speakers on Wednesday 25 March at the Naace Strategic Conference 2015
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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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Gearies Infant School

Gearies Infant School
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Third millennium learning partners' page

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

Third millennium learning partners

Many of Naace's sponsoring partners are instrumental in enabling 3rd millennium learning, through the products and services they provide. The links below take you to short statements about how our partners help schools develop and promote 3rd millennium learning- lots more coming soon.
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Naace Strategic Conference and Exhibition 2011

The definitive conference for Strategic Leaders of ICT in Education

The financial and educational landscape is changing rapidly. At the same time the needs of learners and the needs of society make digital literacy and creativity continuing priorities for us all.

The Naace Strategic Conference is recognised as one of the key forums for exploring, debating and challenging current thinking about technology and learning. With top-flight keynote speakers, workshops on topical issues, and an exhibition with the most innovative suppliers, Naace 2011 is the place to be!
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Review - Kids, Computers and Learning (plus free CD)

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As today's children proceed through school and eventually into the job force, they will be required to have technology skills.
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Enabling Parental Engagement Think Tank - 30th March 2010

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The resulting white paper from the Think Tank has now been published (see attachment below).

Home access and on-line reporting is rapidly becoming a ubiquitous part of mainstream education. But what tools are needed and for what purposes?

The Think Tank considered what uses of ICT will have the most impact on parental engagement with children's learning and how these uses can be incorporated into schools' approach to online reporting.




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Naace Annual Report 2012

This report covers the period for the financial year July 2011 to end of June 2012; this report will be reviewed at the AGM taking place on 8 March 2013 at the Naace Strategic Conference, Leicester Marriott Hotel.

Over the past year Naace has continued to pursue activities that focus around the needs of members with particular emphasis on supporting colleagues facing radical changes in their work patterns and environment. The closure of Becta has forced an increase in the need for collaboration and presented opportunities for greater engagement with Government and other organisations. Each activity is based around the central theme of delivering professional services to members and the wider community, and complements strategies of the DfE and other home countries.
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Advancing Education Summer 2012

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ISSN 2050-1331

Welcome to the Summer 2012 issue of Advancing Education. This bumper issue with articles ranging across all phases demonstrates that development of ICT is alive and well with robust academic debate continuing.

This time we have a study of student perception of ICT from Pete Bradshaw, while Steve Ingle explores whether Web 3.0 is the answer to information overload. Educational robotic applications have come a long way since the Logo Turtles and Dave Catlin and Mike Blamires consider principles for utilisation of robot devices in education settings. The computer science debate is explored by Mark Baker while Jim Fanning discusses school experiences of a learning platform. Thre is also a report on the Somerset Visualiser Project and with e-readers increasingly popular issues around these devices are explored while by Sandie Gay and Tina Richardson.

We also have our usual sponsors case studies including a report on web conferencing in Scottish schools, internet filtering, RadioWaves, Switched on ICT and the impact of wireless networks.

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