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Thursday
03
February
2022

16:00 - Digital Wellbeing for All

Specialisms Digital Wellbeing Digital Wellbeing
Demonstrator(s)Basingstoke College of Technology
CategoryEffective Use of Technology to Support the Processes of Teaching and Learning

Holly, Scott and Sky, from the BCoT Digital team, shows how to improve and maintain your digital wellbeing.

Thursday
11
November
2021

14:00 - Tapestry - Observations & Basics (for TAs/Support Staff/Beginners)

Specialisms Primary Primary
Demonstrator(s)Digital Learning Cornwall - Aspire Academy Trust (Mount Hawke Academy)

Suitable for staff who wish to get up-to-speed quickly with Tapestry observation making and parental communication; either in Reception / KS1, or working with a child in one to one circumstances.

Full of lots of tips and tricks for saving time and making the most of this digital platform.

A short presentation will cover the processes involved, followed by an opportunity for Q+A and specific help with devices / observation techniques / Tapestry accounts. If staff cannot commit to the whole session, they are welcome to drop in and out as required.

Please note, this event will be taking place online. It is free to attend - institutions in England will need to complete a form for the DfE's EdTech Demonstrator Programme.

Wednesday
03
November
2021

15:30 - Spelling Shed for Primary Schools

Specialisms Primary Primary
Demonstrator(s)Digital Learning Cornwall - Aspire Academy Trust (Mount Hawke Academy)

Spelling Shed for primary schools

This quick-burst session will look at the practicalities of implementing this spelling scheme product across a typical primary school setting.

The session will include tips and advice on:

  • Choices on elements to deliver in-class and as homework
  • Setting up week-by-week automated spellings for different classes and groups
  • Managing staff / pupil accounts, classes and logins across a school
  • Group learning elements and game options

The session will also include the option for extensive Q+A as led by attendees.

All sessions are free to attend via the EdTech Demonstrator Programme. Many run as quick-burst sessions with scope for extended Q+A as requested.

Schools in England will be requested to register for the EdTech Demonstrator Programme (fully funded by DfE), when accessing the training

Tuesday
02
November
2021

16:15 - Let’s get jazzy documents looking fun & engaging– with Adobe Spark Page

Specialisms Apps/Tools Apps/Tools
Demonstrator(s)Harlow College
CategoryEffective Use of Technology to Support the Processes of Teaching and Learning

Polish up any working document with the latest design trends to make your resources jazzy in just 30 minutes in Adobe Spark Page

Monday
18
October
2021

13:30 - Book Creator for School Communications

Demonstrator(s)Digital Learning Cornwall - Aspire Academy Trust (Mount Hawke Academy)

A broad-ranging session covering the basics of this versatile and useful tool for primary schools.

Consider some of its uses for communicating as a school to parents / carers and the wider community. Hosting video; virtual tours; contact when remote contact is required or desirable; communicating professionally and clearly - with minimal effort - while removing the need for print and streamlining the distribution process. Short burst session with Q+A from 15:30 and open to all school staff including admin.

Thursday
07
October
2021

16:00 - Blended Learning with Office365

Specialisms Office 365 Office 365 Blended Learning Blended Learning Microsoft Microsoft
Demonstrator(s)Danesfield School

Danesfield School, in collaboration with Ribblesdale High School will be sharing ideas of good practice for blended/hybrid learning ensuring teachers are able to balance teaching children at home and in the classroom.

Thursday
07
October
2021

15:45 - Why and how to use Inclusive Tools

Specialisms SEND SEND
Demonstrator(s)

An overview of the inclusive tools. Examples of how they can be used. Why do they enhance and personalise the learning for SEND children? When should these tools be used during the lesson?

Monday
04
October
2021

16:15 - EdTech Supporting Rosenshine's Principles of Instruction

Demonstrator(s)Sandringham School

Rosenshine’s principles of instruction are grounded in cognitive science research, observation of ‘Master Teachers’ and research on cognitive supports and scaffolds. This 45-minute webinar will explore opportunities for using EdTech to support some of these 17 principles where it can enhance and compliment them effectively. There will time for questions and answers at the end.

Thursday
30
September
2021

15:45 - How can we Support Children in a 1 to 1 Setting with Technology?

Demonstrator(s)AET (Academies Enterprise Trust)

Digital tools - How to use them with the children? How will they enhance and support the learning? Tips and hints for successful lessons Lexia

Thursday
30
September
2021

14:00 - Tapestry - Observations & Basics (for TAs/Support Staff/Beginners)

Specialisms Teaching Teaching Primary Primary
Demonstrator(s)Digital Learning Cornwall - Aspire Academy Trust (Mount Hawke Academy)

Suitable for staff who wish to get up-to-speed quickly with Tapestry observation making and parental communication; either in Reception / KS1, or working with a child in one to one circumstances.

Full of lots of tips and tricks for saving time and making the most of this digital platform.

A short presentation will cover the processes involved, followed by an opportunity for Q+A and specific help with devices / observation techniques / Tapestry accounts. If staff cannot commit to the whole session, they are welcome to drop in and out as required.

Please note, this event will be taking place online. It is free to attend - institutions in England will need to complete a form for the DfE's EdTech Demonstrator Programme.

Tuesday
28
September
2021

13:01 - Using Microbits and Python in Primary Computing

Specialisms Primary Primary
Demonstrator(s)The Consortium of Hambleton Primary Academy with Ribblesdale and Highfurlong School

In this session we will look at how Python can be used with Microbits. About this event In this session we will look at how Python can be used with Microbits. A key objective within the Primary Computing Curriculum is that children control physical systems. Using Micro Bits is an engaging and challenging way to do this. This is also a great transition unit for Year 6 children. Our EdTech Demonstrator School is made up of a highly experienced consortium consisting of Hambleton Primary Academy, near Poulton-le-Fylde, Ribblesdale High School in Clitheroe and Highfurlong Special School in Blackpool. The three schools are well equipped to provide a broad range of support for schools and colleges across all sectors. 

Tuesday
28
September
2021

10:30 - How to keep your computer healthy

Specialisms Apps/Tools Apps/Tools
Demonstrator(s)Grimsby Institute of Further and Higher Education

Handy tips for keeping your computer in a good condition

Monday
27
September
2021

10:30 - Using Adobe Spark to create instructional videos

Specialisms Apps/Tools Apps/Tools Primary Primary Secondary Secondary College College
Demonstrator(s)Grimsby Institute of Further and Higher Education

How Adobe Spark can be used to create compelling instructional videos

Tuesday
21
September
2021

12:00 - Using Thinglink to create virtual lessons

Specialisms College College Apps/Tools Apps/Tools
Demonstrator(s)Grimsby Institute of Further and Higher Education

How to use Thinglink to create a virtual lesson

Monday
20
September
2021

12:59 - Using Lego in Primary Computing

Specialisms Primary Primary
Demonstrator(s)The Consortium of Hambleton Primary Academy with Ribblesdale and Highfurlong School

This CPD session will demonstrate how effective Lego Wedo can be in a Primary Setting About this event This CPD session will demonstrate how effective Lego Wedo can be, when covering objectives in Computing, especially for KS2. There is a huge need for 'Physical Systems' to be taught effectively throughout KS2 and this is the first in a few sessions, which will also cover Microbits and other hardware which I am still to organise. Our EdTech Demonstrator School is made up of a highly experienced consortium consisting of Hambleton Primary Academy, near Poulton-le-Fylde, Ribblesdale High School in Clitheroe and Highfurlong Special School in Blackpool. The three schools are well equipped to provide a broad range of support for schools and colleges across all sectors. 

Thursday
26
August
2021

15:45 - Tapestry and Parents

Specialisms Apps/Tools Apps/Tools Primary Primary
Demonstrator(s)

Workshops Help Guides Website Teacher support Home/School Relationship Communication How does it work? How do you engage parents? How will you use it with the new framework? What do parents need to know?