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iDEA in action

iDEA in action

This very short film helps show iDEA in action. Lasting less than two and a half minutes, you can show other teachers, your heads, parents and pupils how The Duke of York Inspiring Digital Enterprise Award can fit in with your schemes of work and enhance the curriculum inside and outside of the classroom. The programme helps people develop digital and enterprise skills for free: https://idea.org.uk iDEA would like to thank everyone involved in the production of this film from the fantastic range of iDEA Pioneer learners who agreed to take part; and the brilliant educators and inspirers who are rolling out the programme in their communities and institutions (in the order they appear in the film): • Naomi Timperley Co-founder, Tech North Advocates and Wakelet Partnerships Consultant • Melanie Powell Associate Head for Student Employability, Manchester Metropolitan University • Alison McKenzie-Folan Deputy Chief Executive of Wigan Council and Director for Customer Transformation • Jeff McCarthy Senior lecturer, Digital Marketing, Manchester Metropolitan University • Jayne Sherwood Founder/Director, Joining Communities • Mark Rodaway Headteacher, Calday Grange Grammar School • Nicola Mounsey Computer Science Teacher, Calday Grange Grammar School Special thanks also to all the institutions and learners around the world who are participating in iDEA; and to Jooka who made the film to help us show iDEA in action.
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End of Topic 1.1 Test (Enterprise and Entrepreneurship)

End of Topic 1.1 Test (Enterprise and Entrepreneurship)

The assessment covers the main areas of Topic 1.1, with a Keyterms matching task, Multiple choice questions and Short mark essay questions ( worth 2 to 3 marks). The overall total marks for the assessment is 40. The assessment front sheet can be used as a personalised learning checklist (PLC) which allows students to reflect on their areas of strengths and weakness, by using a RAG coding (Red = Poor, Amber = Satisfactory, Green = Secure). Students could take the test in a lesson time and mark the multiple choice via peer assessment (green pen) and class discussion. Teacher marks the essay questions. If you purchase this resource and find it useful, please leave a positive feedback comment. Thanks
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