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Outstanding teaching of key stage 1 computingCA001B02

Start Date18 Jun 2019
Duration2 Days
VenueLiverpool
FeesFree
This course is delivered as part of the National Centre for Computing Education. Computing is a broad subject, made up of computer science, information technology and digital literacy. This two-day professional development complements our one-day programming and algorithms event, giving you confidence in teaching the...

Outstanding teaching of key stage 2 computingCA002C06

Start Date18 Jun 2019
Duration2 Days
VenueSale
FeesFree
This course is delivered as part of the National Centre for Computing Education. Through key stage 2, the computing curriculum aims to deepen understanding of computer science, information technology and digital literacy. Children become more skilled, and critical, users of technology, choosing tools that helps them...

The science of learningNE709C18

Start Date05 Aug 2019
Duration5 Weeks
VenueOnline Course
FeesFree
Online course. Flexible participation. Guided by Professor Paul Howard-Jones (The Secret Life of Four and Five Year Olds) and Professor Tim Jay, develop an understanding of the science of learning and discuss its impact on your teaching. Draw upon educational neuroscience and psychology to help you interpret student...

Outstanding teaching of key stage 2 computingCH002C04

Start Date24 Sep 2019
Duration2 Days
VenueCambridge
FeesFree
This course is delivered as part of the National Centre for Computing Education. Through key stage 2, the computing curriculum aims to deepen understanding of computer science, information technology and digital literacy. Children become more skilled, and critical, users of technology, choosing tools that helps them...

Creativity in ScienceNS801A19

Start Date28 Oct 2019
Duration2 Days
VenueDunfermline
FeesFrom £400.00. Fees can vary, see page for more details
BursaryENTHUSE Bursary - £320.00
Creativity – the ability to have ideas, to solve problems that one may never have seen before, to think for oneself– is one of the most valuable life skills, and one of the most valued by universities and employers. It is the belief of the Course Team that creativity can be learnt, and taught. Coverage will include:...

Exploring the outdoors with the early years foundation stageNY060A19

Start Date21 May 2020
Duration2 Days
VenueYork
FeesFrom £640.00 + VAT. Fees can vary, see page for more details
BursaryENTHUSE Bursary - £540.00
Outdoor learning and play is widely acknowledged as being very beneficial to children’s early development. Taking children outdoors offers unique experiences to enhance their existing skills and knowledge and develop those important characteristics of effective learning. It offers them more opportunities to engage in...

Computing across the primary curriculumCY016

Although it was rewritten in 2013 there is a misconception that the computing curriculum is solely about programming, computer science and online safety. The attainment targets in KS1 and KS2 make it clear that children are expected to use and apply a range of technology effectively to collect, analyse, present,...

Scratch programming in primary schoolCV001

Scratch is the most popular tool for computer programming in primary schools around the world, and is used independently by millions of children for their own projects. Its block-based, drag-and-drop system supports accessible, creative learning for children of all abilities and levels of experience. Children can...

STEM Clubs: encouraging creativity in STEMNY633

Explore how you can incorporate all the STEM subjects into creative arts, engaging and inspiring those students that may have previously been left behind due to interests in other subjects such as art and design. Join our journey of creative art activities and explore ways to develop a range of activities to enthuse...

The science of learningNE709

Online course. Flexible participation. Guided by Professor Paul Howard-Jones (The Secret Life of Four and Five Year Olds) and Professor Tim Jay, develop an understanding of the science of learning and discuss its impact on your teaching. Draw upon educational neuroscience and psychology to help you interpret student...

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