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www.ictinspires.co.uk Copyright © 2014 ICT Inspires Ltd. All Rights Reserved. www.ictinspires.co.uk. ICT (Computing) Subject Leader Course Session 3: Keeping up to date with technologies Debbie Schofield
www.ictinspires.co.uk Copyright © 2014 ICT Inspires Ltd. All Rights Reserved. www.ictinspires.co.uk. Session 3 Keeping up to date with technologies Blogging Freeware Apps Programming Next Steps Course structure:
www.ictinspires.co.uk Copyright © 2014 ICT Inspires Ltd. All Rights Reserved. www.ictinspires.co.uk. Keeping up to date with technologies understand the impact of blogging on writing be aware of the breadth of freeware for Digital Literacy be provided with a list of Apps that meet the needs of the Computing curriculum have greater knowledge of programming freeware Objectives:
www.ictinspires.co.uk Copyright © 2014 ICT Inspires Ltd. All Rights Reserved. www.ictinspires.co.uk. DL Freeware
www.ictinspires.co.uk Copyright © 2014 ICT Inspires Ltd. All Rights Reserved. www.ictinspires.co.uk. Freeware for Computer Programming MSW Logo Scratch Kodu Small Basic Python Programming
www.ictinspires.co.uk Copyright © 2014 ICT Inspires Ltd. All Rights Reserved. www.ictinspires.co.uk. Coding – recommended learning sequence 1.Analyse – how does this work? 2.Copy – recreate the game 3.Adapt – experiment with making one change at a time and identify the impact. 4.Invent –apply what you have learned to a new situation or your own design.
www.ictinspires.co.uk Copyright © 2014 ICT Inspires Ltd. All Rights Reserved. www.ictinspires.co.uk. Plenary & Next steps Aim for all staff/pupils to be class blogging Ensure your school has the Digital Literacy and Programming freeware Download and disseminate the ICTinspires resources Look at school policies – update them if necessary Start to plan assessment tasks or observation criteria Access resources from ICTinspires website
www.ictinspires.co.uk Copyright © 2014 ICT Inspires Ltd. All Rights Reserved. www.ictinspires.co.uk. Future courses 2014/15 catalogue will be in schools Sept ICT SL courses (same as this set) Next Steps – 1 Day SL course Animation course – 1 Day Digital Literacy - 1 Day iPad and tablet course – 1 Day CEOP Accredited e-safety – 1 Day Please complete the evaluation. Thank you
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