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Applying for the ICT Mark: Next steps for renewing schools

Renewing schools should update the Self-review Framework. All of the data is stored in the online tool and is available to you in the future as you continue to develop your use of technology, long after the ICT Mark assessment visit.

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Self-review Framework Case Studies

Self-review Framework Case Studies

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Call for Papers sponsors

Conference 2012 Call For Papers sponsors
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School Competition

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The Naace Annual Competition for Schools is now closed!
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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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Naace Career Meet and Greet

Career Development Meet and Greet

This is your opportunity to find people and organisations who can help your career. Partners of Naace - companies, higher education institutions, assessment bodies and other organisations who use freelance Assessors, Trainers, Consultants or Representatives - will be on hand. As you circulate amongst their tables you will be able to find people you wish to talk to during the conference and gather information on ways to develop your career - or even find a job!

As the need for schools to demonstrate impact grows, Naace members increasingly need to build their portfolio of expertise and accreditation. Start the Conference by discovering the diverse opportunities.

(For those wishing to meet potential Assessors, Trainers, Consultants or Representatives we ask that you produce a brief statement listing the kinds of people you employ freelance, part-time or full-time, the expertise you require them to have, and training and accreditation you provide. The intention of this meet and greet is to enable you to identify people with whom to have longer discussions during the exhibition period the following day.)
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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 2012 is the place to be!
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Anson Primary School

Anson Primary School
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