How to Deliver an Effective Computing Curriculum(CC2013)

Provider: Government Knowledge
£245.00 + VAT
Accreditation opportunities: CPD Certified

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Description This timely and informative course will provide teachers and other education professionals with the opportunity to discuss and debate new and innovative uses of digital technology to support and transform learning in the classroom, motivating pupils to reach their full potential. Delegates will also gain invaluable insights into the implementation and structure of the new computing curriculum and hear from fellow professionals and policy makers about the latest inspection and assessment requirements following the introduction of the curriculum.
Duration 9am-4:30pm
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http://www.govknow.com/training-event.html?id=651&info=overview
Categories Primary, Secondary, Teaching and Learning, KS1, KS2, KS3, KS4, Computing / ICT, Teaching staff, Advanced Skills Teacher, Excellent Teacher, Main-scale (core) teacher, Assessment, Behaviour for Learning, Gifted and Talented, Inclusion, Personalised Learning, SEND, Subject Knowledge, Classroom Management, Out of school
Learning outcomes for participants/users and, where relevant, pupils or students

As the new computing curriculum presents new opportunities for introducing technology into the classroom, teachers across the country will need to assess their readiness to implement the new programmes of study.

Delegates will gain invaluable insights into the implementation and structure of the new computing curriculum and hear from fellow professionals and policy makers about the latest inspection and assessment requirements following the introduction of the curriculum.

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How users/participants can evaluate success

By the end of the day delegates will have:

  • Gained informative insights into assessment and observation under the new curriculum
  • Learnt how to implement an effective e-safety policy
  • Gained a greater understanding of the practical application of technology to support SEN and talented and gifted students
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Details

Matt Britland, Head of ICT, Kingston Grammar School.

Matt Britland is Head of ICT at Kingston Grammar School in South West London. He has been teaching for 7 years and he has worked in both Comprehensive and Independent schools.

He has been working with Social Media in schools as well as integrating iPads into teaching and learning. Matt specialises in ICT and KS3 Computing. He incorporates esafety, HTML5/CSS, App Creation, visual and textual programming, computer hardware/history, the cloud and graphic design into his curriculum.

As well as teaching Matt is a writer and Teacher Advisor for The Guardian Teacher Network as well as being Director of Realise Learning Ltd. Realise Learning are education consultants who specialise in ICT, Computing and Technology. They develop and produce innovative curriculum ideas, inspiring and thought provoking talks, exciting CPD and they write opinion pieces on education, technology and politics.

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