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Make 'IT' Count: Run an Effective Primary In-Service Day at your School

Make 'IT' Count: Run an Effective Primary In-Service Day at your School

Online course Ebook - Suitable to educational leaders in Primary education. Learn how to organise, plan and conduct an effective PD inservice day at your school that will improve your aspirations and inspire your colleagues to change their practices and improve the school's performance in student attainment of ICT capability.
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The Primary ICT Coordinator's Guide to Leadership - eBook

The Primary ICT Coordinator's Guide to Leadership - eBook

Ideal for UK and Australian educators -Are you an aspiring Primary ICT coordinator? If the answer is YES, then you will need to know about leadership in education, school ICT policy development and implementation, training teachers at In-service days, teaching and learning with ICT and protecting the digital child.
ictesolutionsau
Photoshop Quiz Starter

Photoshop Quiz Starter

An easy to use, fun resource, designed to stimulate interest and understanding about Photoshop using reveal quizzes and little gimics to engage and teach pupils about Photoshop tools and what it can do.
lordturner
KS3 Computational Thinking Bundle

KS3 Computational Thinking Bundle

This bundle combines all my KS3 focused computational thinking resource. This bundle includes the following resources: 1. Computational thinking for KS3 2. Computational thinking problem solving 3. Application of computational thinking - create an interactive story 4. Computational thinking classroom ideas posters
RobbotResources
Follow me!  Scratch crazy monsters for EAL or very low ability

Follow me! Scratch crazy monsters for EAL or very low ability

I have created this resource to take the child through adding a sprite, a stage, colour change, music loops, speech, and movement. The theme is crazy monsters, as they are in the disco, you will see the delight when they can have a highly interactive monster change colour and play music loops. There is very little text on the screen, designed for the very young, or those who have English as a second language. They just follow the circles on each slide to add to the coding. There are 36 slides, with a certificate for the basics, then extension work for faster learners. You won't be sorry you bought this idea and activity as you see their engagement and delight.
hoof_hearted
Computational thinking presentation - getting pupils to think how a computer thinks!

Computational thinking presentation - getting pupils to think how a computer thinks!

This is a 17 slide powerpoint which contains everything to explain a widely used computer programming concept in simple language and give examples of how it can be used. The lesson doesn’t require any coding so doesn’t need to be run through with computers. It includes some questions to check the pupils’ understanding and a short exercise at the end. Some of the later slides could be removed to make it more suitable for younger children. The presentation covers: what is coding, what is an if statement, how to structure an if statement, examples of if statements in normal language, examples in Scratch programming language, using if then else statements and using if then else with many options (nested if statements).
Mrs_ICT
Anti-Bullying Pack!

Anti-Bullying Pack!

Each of the 4 resources is a multi-use group discussion session. Please consider the whole-school license as included in this download at no additional charge.
godwin86
School ICT Policy Writing

School ICT Policy Writing

The key to successful ICT integration is a great School ICT Policy. ICT coordinators and senior management can develop a policy that ensures progression in student ICT capability and monitor its performance over a period of time. All you need to know about pointing your school in the right direction towards ICT development.
ictesolutionsau
Shade fractions of Shapes Game (equivalent) - KS1/KS2 differentiated

Shade fractions of Shapes Game (equivalent) - KS1/KS2 differentiated

This is a super easy way to practice shading in fractions of shapes. Click sections of the shapes to colour them in. Clicking them multiple times will rotate through 4 diffierent colours. Take on the challenge! -Perfect for the Interactive Whiteboard or for individual use -Over a 160 unique, editable questions -5 levels of difficulty (self-differentiation) -Special macros to create replay-ability and randomise questions. *Note: You must enable macros on opening this PowerPoint file*
martinjgoulden