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Review - Read & Respond Interactive

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Read & Respond Interactive is available at KS1 & KS2, providing digital resources to enhance and extend work on best-loved children’s books.
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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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ICT Mark - Costs of ICT Mark assessment

ICT Mark - Costs of ICT Mark assessment
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Advancing Education Autumn 2012

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In this edition of Advancing Education we begin with a fascinating piece from Micheál Ó Dúill on what he terms ‘Turing Teaching’ that presumes the computer rather than the book as the base medium for learning. Very relevant when linked to the BYOT debate. Terry Freedman explores e-safety issues around BYOD/BYOT and matter taken further by David Holden and his team from Tribune Business Systems and also by Earnie Kramer of Lightspeed Systems who offers a 10-point guide for schools. Continuing with the theme of change and the impact of ICT on learning Mark Baker considers how we should take charge of the technological changes while David Kempster explores the impact of iPads at Casllwchwr Primary. The positive impact of educational technologies is amply illustrated by Dr Samuel King in is paper on their use in mathematics teaching and learning. We finish with some short sponsors articles on tablets and mobile learning.
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Call for Papers

Conference 2012 Call For Papers
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Confirmed Sponsors and Exhibitors

The following organisations are involved in the Conference 2016.
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ICT Mark - Benefits of ICT Mark accreditation

ICT Mark - Benefits of ICT Mark accreditation

If you are working through the Self-review Framework then you share our belief that technology is a tool for school improvement. If you have reached the ICT Mark standard in all aspects of the framework then you have achieved a standard of e-maturity that is worth celebrating!
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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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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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Bett 2014 Ask the expert Wednesday biographies

Bett 2014 Ask the expert Wednesday biographies
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